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Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) for JavaScript Developers Pocket Guide

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Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) for JavaScript Developers Pocket Guide
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Publisher: Adobe Dev Library
ISBN/ASIN: 0596515197
ISBN-13: 9780596515195
Number of pages: 176

Description:
This is the official guide to the Adobe's new cross-platform desktop runtime. The book explains how you can use AIR to build HTML and JavaScript-based web applications, using all of the tools with which you are already familiar. The text explains what is AIR, how to set up the development environment, create your first app, the HTML and JavaScript environments within AIR, and how to do common tasks.

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