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Larry Ullman

Do you spend much time developing Adobe AIR applications using Ajax? Larry Ullman covers a JavaScript framework called MenuBuilder that will save you time and minimize errors when creating menus for your apps.

Larry Ullman

Larry Ullman shows how to use the free jQuery JavaScript framework to add professional features and functionality to any Adobe AIR application.

Create AIR applications that have the look and feel of more traditional desktop applications.

Larry Ullman

Wanna make cool apps with AIR? It helps if you know a little something about JavaScript, Flash, and ActionScript too. Author Larry Ullman makes introductions to all of these key apps in this sample chapter from his latest book.

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Long in public beta, the official release versions of Flex 3 and AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) were announced yesterday by Adobe.

I just got back from Chicago, where I attended Adobe MAX 2007, the company's annual confab for developers. The bulk of the conference was taken up with hundreds of workshops, hands-on sessions, whiteboard talks and other kinds of presentations, all of which had the 4,300 attendees running from one end of the vast, brand-spanking-new, McCormick Place West convention facility to the other.

All of us came together in one room, however, for two keynote addresses and an evening sneak peek session, during which Adobe announced several new products and initiatives and allowed us a glimpse at future developments.


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