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Beginners Adobe AIR Tutorial - Part 2 - Adobe Flex tutorial


Adobe AIR provides developers with a rich set of tools to build applications with web technologies. Alongside HTML, CSS and Javascript, AIR applications can use native menus, system tray / dock icons, drag and drop of files and other media, clipboard manipulations, and even file system APIs. In this tutorial, we’ll look at some of the many APIs that Adobe AIR provides including JQuery
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