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10-21-2012 08:12 PM
Sorry for a basic question re AIR for BB10. I have several AIR apps on PlayBook, and am now going to repurpose them for BB10 phone. The developer documentation under AIR only refers to PlayBook. Is the dev process/tools for AIR for a BB10 phone the same as it was for PlayBook? Is it simply a matter of targeting an existing AIR app to a different screen size and then selecting a BB10 phone device in the App Store to get the app published? What version of AIR is supported?
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10-21-2012 08:26 PM
It's a different SDK for BB10. At the AIR micro-site there are links for BB10 and PlayBook SDK's:
And per the system requirements page:
you want AIR 3.1 ("or higher" but I would recommend you stick with 3.1 until whenever
RIM upgrades AIR support)
11-29-2012 01:52 PM
Thank you. I am making progress in getting the development environment working. However, is it possible to use Flash Pro (eg CS5.5) ? I have that working for the PlayBook by linking the libraries in. Anybody doing BB10 phone development using Flash Pro? Thanks.
11-30-2012 12:27 PM
I use Flash Pro CS6.
I am focusing on PlayBook at the moment and seems fine - after some initial problems.
Libraries working eg: PaymentSystem.
I did just download the new BB10 Sim and installed succesfully to it.
However, I was not using any BB libraries for that test.