Version History of Adobe AIR 2.0.2
- Adobe AIR 2 is our most significant update to AIR since its original release two years ago.
- Here is just one example of developer reaction to this release:
- Adobe AIR 2 is the most robust & versatile yet. With minimum development effort, I was able to convert my AIR for Android app into a desktop app that runs on Windows, Mac OS X & even Linux. Being able reuse 90% of my code to build an application that runs on desktops, as well as mobiles is truly an amazing feature. AIR 2 has evolved into a ubiquitous platform! — Lee Graham, Co?Founder of TRImagination
- We have made huge improvements in the overall performance of the runtime. Without changing your AIR apps, they will now use less CPU and up to 30% less memory.
- We are also introducing dozens of new features and hundreds of new APIs for developers to take advantage of. For example, our much improved networking APIs will make it possible to build new apps, from multi?player games to enterprise collaboration apps. AIR is now even more tightly integrated with the operating system, including better interaction with the file system, detecting mounting and un?mounting of volumes, improved printing APIs, support for native installers and, of course, one of our most request features, support for integrating native code with your application using the NativeProcess API.
- We’re very excited to see the new class of apps made possible by our new multi?touch and gesture APIs. Those APIs are also available on the beta mobile version of Flash Player and on the AIR for Android pre?release, and more and more laptops and desktops are multi?touch capable. We believe this is a great opportunity to build apps with innovative user interactions.
- A broad range of AIR 2 applications are expected to be available shortly after the release of the AIR 2 runtime, ranging from publicly available apps like the updated Avatar (movie) application from 20th Century Fox, to enterprise apps such as Intuit Spheres, a messaging and file sharing application.