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AIR for Flex Developers is David Gassner's follow-up to his AIR Essential Training course, and takes a deeper look at how Flex Builder 3 and the Flex 3 framework can be used to build cross-system desktop applications with Adobe AIR. David examines every point of integration with the host operating system, including working with the local file system, creating and maintaining local databases, and managing native windows and menus. He also shares tips for how to configure the development environment, and how to publish and update finished AIR applications. Example files accompany the course.
Hi, my name is David Gassner and I'd like to welcome you to this video series, AIR for Flex Developers. This is a followup to a previous lynda.com video series, AIR Essential Training, in which I described how to build and deploy basic AIR applications using either Flex, Flash or Dreamweaver and AJAX. In this series, I offer a deep dive into the details of building more powerful desktop applications with the Adobe Integrated Runtime, with an exclusive focus on building applications with Flex Builder 3 and the Flex 3 framework.
I hope you enjoy this training, and that it helps you build better, more powerful, cross operating system desktop applications using Flex 3 and AIR 1.0.
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