The Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) is a cross-operating system runtime which allows Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) to run as desktop applications. AIR helps you leverage your existing web development skills to build software for the desktop. This two day class is designed to introduce you to the fundamentals of working with Adobe Flex and AIR for application development.
This course is designed for application developers who would like to use the powerful combination of Adobe Flex and AIR for desktop and web development. Please see the following prerequisites before registering for this class.
To gain the most from this course you want to of attended the Adobe Flex: Rich Client Applications or Flex Jumpstart course. If you have equivalent experience using MXML and ActionScript 3 to develop Adobe Flex applications which include the following features: data binding, user interface, container, and navigation components, custom components, in-line and scripted event handling, view states, and custom classes you should be okay.
After this course you will be able to start creating an AIR project, creating native windows, using the file system, connecting applications, persisting application data and understanding Adobe AIR security.
Introducing the Course
Introducing Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR)
Getting started with AIR
Creating native windows
Using the file system
Using the clipboard
Persisting application data
Understanding Adobe AIR security
Customising application deployment