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Noob Question: AIR .bar files stand alone?

Sorry for the noob question, still learning all this air stuff. Smiley Wink When we build a .bar file, is the file stand alone, does it include the runtime air, flash, etc, etc, or does it still require a build of air / flash runtimes on the device? Thx.

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Re: Noob Question: AIR .bar files stand alone?

The .bar file doesn't include the runtime because the runtime is already pre-installed on the Playbook,

Air is really well integrated in the PlayBook so you don's see the difference between a native app or an Air app.

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Re: Noob Question: AIR .bar files stand alone?

Thanks! That makes sense ofcourse. Smiley Wink