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Adobe AIR Development

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Updated Communiyt Library (version 3)

An updated community library has been uploaded to Google Code.

 

http://code.google.com/p/playbook-as3-lib/

 

This release includes:

  • Adobe library added that includes classes like JSON and StringUtil.  You may need to remove this if you already use it elsewhere.
  • Date Choose classes do not require MXSmiley Very HappyateFormatter any longer.  A replacement class has been added.
  • Several new methods have been added to the DateChooser and TimePicker classes.
  • Root application classes added (TabletApplication and TabletPagedApplication).  They both extend from Sprite, but several resources have been added to make it easier to define a new application and remote the redundant things a developer has to do each time.  Things like QNXApplication class, resource manager, virtual methods on application state changes, and remote trace/debugger. More will be added as time proceeds.
  • The TableApplication class also include it’s own remote trace application (RemoteDebugger.air).  So an application either on the local machine as an AIR application or in the device/simulator can send trace information back to the debugger application (which has also been included at Google Code).  The application can also show the application's runtime total memory as a line graph.
  • Updated API documentation.