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2. Change to the directory which contains AIRHelloWorld. xml. 3. air in the same directory. If the file is not created, or if you receive any errors: • Make sure you have configured the SDK correctly in order to ensure that the ADT tool can be found. xml file. • Make sure that your application descriptor file contains well formed XML. • Make sure the information in the application descriptor file is correct. Pay particular attention to the application attributes, and the rootContent value. xml files are in the same directory Testing the AIR File Now that we have created the AIR file for our application, the only step left is to test the AIR file and make sure it installs correctly.
Using the Adobe AIR command-line tools, you can create an AIR application with any web development tool. You can use the same web development and design tools that you are already using today. TIP The Development Workflow will be covered in depth in Chapter 2. Is Adobe AIR the End of Web Applications in the Browser? So, by this point, you may be saying to yourself, “Gee, Adobe AIR sure sounds great! Why would anyone ever want to deploy an application to the browser again? ” No. Let’s repeat that again.
The command line tools are located in the bin directory within the SDK. 1. com/ go/air. 2. Open the SDK a. On Windows, uncompress the ZIP archive. b. dmg file. 3. Copy the contents of the SDK to your system (we will refer to this location as