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    Adobe AIR, highly recommended, thoughts?

    I have been developing in Flash for some years now (about 5) but never truly feel in love until AS3 was rolled out. As if I couldn't be any happier AIR is taking the top spot in my development list.

    I have been developing a language application in AIR and it has been a dream to develop.. not to mention fun to work around quirks and bugs being that it is beta.

    I did learn one thing though, betas don't have the greatest error checking. haha

    That being said, is anyone else developing an application or maybe just tinkering with the features?

    Before I forget, what sort of topics interest you in regards to working with AIR?

    Matt

    [Edited on 8/28/2007 by mkeefe]

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    yah AIR!

    I have adapted a few existing things to work with it (as you already know)
    Cool thing is you can publish from DW (Its supports SPRY) or from Flash nowadays

    I think it has a bright future

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    I was working on this one....

    http://www.sitepoint.com/article/ado...ist-5-minutes/

    It's fun!

    I also downloaded the extension for Dreamweaver, it's better than what they say on the last page! And easier too.

    Does anybody have some cool air applications?

    Here's on!:
    https://shop.bmwgroup.com/is-bin/INT...t&MM=DXZMSWCCL

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    How can i delete one when i did the task?

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    I am not sure what you mean?

    Matt

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    I am not sure what you mean?

    Matt
    He Matt. I followed this tutorial from sitepoint.com about making a ToDo list, with air, on your desktop....., using css, ect. If you'll see with the upper link. The only thing they made is a submit button, not a remove button.... So i was wondering if that was possible too. Just a question I didn't look up, yet.

    It's not an application i keep running on my computer, because i got Lightning (thunderbird calendar) for that, but it's a nice application. Also the extension in dreamweaver is cool....

    That's all. Just some thoughts on the subject.

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    Oh, yah you can certainly remove items in an AIR todo app, however without looking over the
    code for the tutorial I am unsure how it would work. Let me see what I can find.

    Matt

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