Learn About What Is Adobe Air Used For In Brief.

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Learn About What Is Adobe Air Used For In Brief.

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Adobe AIR is an operating system runtime which lets programmers combine HTML, Adobe Flash, JavaScript and Action Script to run rich Internet applications on a broad range of systems including desktop computers, tablets, smartphones, as well as TVs. AIR permits developers to use familiar software such as Adobe Dreamweaver, Flash Builder, Flash Professional, or any editor to build their applications and provide a single application installer which works across different operating systems.

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Adobe AIR is a tool used by developers for creating platform-independent web applications that can be launched on the desktop. It is formerly called “Adobe Integrated Runtime.” It is a cross-platform runtime system developed by Adobe Systems for developing desktop and mobile applications programmed with ActionScript, Adobe Flash, and optionally using Apache Flex.

It is a runtime environment that allows Adobe Flash content and ActionScript 3.0 coders to build applications and games that can be started outside the web browser and acts as a native application on supported platforms. Developers use HTML, AJAX, and the AIR SDK to build AIR applications. Common AIR applications include desktop clients for micro-blogging services such as Twitter or desktop RSS readers.

AIR code is created using a client-side model which is useful for desktop applications that request data over a network but execute locally. Similar to Google Gears, Adobe AIR applications allow users to interact with websites, RIAs or rich internet applications, and other web services offline without using a browser.

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