Using the new features in the AIR for Android SDK


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Using the new features in the AIR for Android SDK

Flash CS5.5 has built-in support to create applications for Android. If you change your Player version to AIR for Android and click the Edit application settings button in the Properties panel, you can control your settings for your Android application just like you could for an iOS application. One significant difference is that in the Deployment tab you can choose to get a different AIR runtime for Google Android or the Amazon Appstore.

I'll cancel out of this. And one more significant feature in AIR for Android is if you go to Debug, under Debug Movie you'll see on Device via USB. So you can simply plug in your Android device with a USB for testing and test it directly from Flash. So in Flash CS5.5 you get native support for creating Android applications and you get new features like exporting to the Amazon Appstore and debugging on a USB device.

Using the new features in the AIR for Android SDK
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Using the new features in the AIR for Android SDK provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash Professional CS5.5 New Features

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