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Episode 7: Loading compositions at runtime with Edge Commons
In this episode Simon Widjaja will show you how to load separate Edge Animate compositions into your project at runtime. We will also reach into the loaded composition to change content elements and react to events dispatched between compositions.
Creating a prepackaged AIR app
Discover how to deploy AIR applications from within Flash Professional CS6 as "captive runtimes." Captive runtime allows developers to bundle the AIR framework into an AIR application, creating a self-contained entity that eliminates third-party dependency.
Prepackaged Adobe AIR application creation in Flash Professional CS6
Create and deliver applications with a prepackaged Adobe AIR captive runtime. Streamline application testing and enable end users to run your content without additional downloads.
Adobe AIR with Captive Runtime Support for Mobile
Technical Evangelist Andrew Trice covers Adobe AIR with captive runtime support for mobile application development, which will benefit your Flash Builder projects for Android OS. (Learn more about Adobe gaming technologies in the Game Development Center.)
Adobe AIR with Captive Runtime Support for Desktop
Technical Evangelist Andrew Trice introduces Adobe AIR with captive runtime support which will provide seamless compatibility for your desktop applications built with Flash Builder.
What's New in Adobe AIR — and What's Next
Show: MAX 2011 Develop
Come hear the latest news about Adobe AIR, a runtime that allows developers to build applications for a wide range of devices including Android powered smartphones and tablets, the iPad and iPhone, BlackBerry PlayBook, TVs, and desktop computers. In this session, we'll provide a review of basic code samples and discuss new capabilities available to developers for building AIR apps. In addition, you'll have an opportunity to explore upcoming features with members of the product team.
Advanced Interactivity and Real-World Integration with Adobe Edge
Show: MAX 2011 Design
Text Container Manager for Runtime TLF
Paul Trani highlights the strengths of TLF text in Flash Professional CS5.5, and reveals a few tricks for optimizing SWF file sizes by using the Text Container Manager (TCM). TCM text is a subset of TLF text functionality that yields smaller file sizes and is appropriate for any text that will not change at runtime.