Over time, lots of people have developed the need to run web applications/sites in a stand-alone manner, and many major player try and cater to that.
Posts in the "Adobe AIR" Category
I recently had a lot of problems with the Adobe AIR framework so I thought I’d share that information with you.
The end of 2008 is near, and I felt it was time to summarize the passed year.
I just thought I’d mention that I have a new visitor record for this web site. 🙂
Having developed a few Adobe AIR applications now (Memory, facedesk, GMDesk), and having talked to some people of the Adobe AIR Team, I thought it was time to express my feelings on what it’s like developing with Adobe AIR.
When developing applications with Adobe AIR, a vital feature is being able to push application updates to the end users. As it’s quite hard to find complete examples from Adobe, I thought I’d offer you a script how to do it.
With the advanced level of sophistication when it comes to web sites and web applications, there are a number which would suit better as stand-alone applications. Therefore, I’ve created facedesk.
For some time, I’ve wanted to play around with Adobe AIR and see what it’s like. I’m also a sucker for very simple, yet addictive, games, so now was the time!