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10-25-2010 03:22 AM
I have downloaded the simulator and running it sucessfully in VMware/VMFsion
I tried to install the SDk, it insists that I go to the adobe site and download AIR SDK 2.5, the site offers a download of AIR SDK 2.0.2, now how in the world can we start or validate this? Please include links for all dependencies on the site to allow for a smooth transition. This is what attracts or repels a developer towardsa a platform. I can understand teething problems.
Flex/Flash Builder and Flash are paid options from Adobe, so do I have to buy one of them to be able to develop for Blackberry? I would expect tools that are all encompassing so that it makes it easier.
Please respond on these, await to hear from you.
Jayant C Varma
10-25-2010 08:46 AM
Folks you need to sign up under Adobe pre-release to download the SDK visit https://prerelease.adobe.com
After signup go to Resources tab and click on Download Software - Download AIR for Android Builds [09/30/10]
10-25-2010 10:05 AM - edited 10-25-2010 10:36 AM
I don't think this was BlackBerry/RIMs fault. followed this link this morning:
I did get Adobe Air 2.5 to download (it's sitting pretty in my install folder).
Seems Adobe decided to pull it out for now.
You can try visit my blog to crash my web server to get a copy of the 2.5 SDK for BlackBerry PlayBook.
10-25-2010 10:07 AM
I think, that this link could be helpful