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Adobe Air Tutorial - Developing Adobe AIR 1.5 Applications with HTML y Ajax


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Developing Adobe AIR 1.5 Applications with HTML and Ajax
Chapter 1: Adobe AIR installation
Installing Adobe AIR
Removing Adobe AIR
Installing and running the AIR sample applications
Chapter 2: Setting up HTML development tools
Installing the AIR Extension for Dreamweaver
Installing the AIR SDK
Chapter 3: Introducing Adobe AIR
Whatís new in AIR 1.1
Whatís new in AIR 1.5
Chapter 4: Finding AIR Resources
Chapter 5: Creating your first HTML-based AIR application with the AIR SDK
Create the project files
Create the AIR application descriptor file
Create the application HTML page
Test the application
Create the AIR installation file
Next Steps
Chapter 6: Create your first HTML-based AIR application with Dreamweaver
Prepare the application files
Create the Adobe AIR application
Install the application on a desktop
Preview the Adobe AIR application
Chapter 7: Using the AIR Extension for Dreamweaver
Creating an AIR application in Dreamweaver
Signing an application with a digital certificate
Editing associated AIR file types
Editing AIR application settings
Previewing a web page in an AIR application
Using AIR code hinting and code coloring
Accessing the Adobe AIR documentation
Chapter 8: Creating an AIR application using the command line tools
Using the AIR Debug Launcher (ADL)
Packaging an AIR installation file using the AIR Developer Tool (ADT)
Signing an AIR file to change the application certificate
Creating a self-signed certificate with ADT
Using Apache Ant with the SDK tools
Chapter 9: Debugging with the AIR HTML Introspector
About the AIR Introspector
Loading the AIR Introspector code
Inspecting an object in the Console tab
Configuring the AIR Introspector
AIR Introspector interface
Using the AIR Introspector with content in a non-application sandbox
Chapter 10: Programming in HTML and JavaScript
Creating an HTML-based AIR application
An example application and security implications
Avoiding security-related JavaScript errors
Accessing AIR API classes from JavaScript
About URLs in AIR
Embedding SWF content in HTML
Using ActionScript libraries within an HTML page
Converting Date and RegExp objects
Manipulating an HTML stylesheet from ActionScript
Cross-scripting content in different security sandboxes
Chapter 11: About the HTML environment
Overview of the HTML environment
AIR and Webkit extensions
Chapter 12: Handling HTML-related events
HTMLLoader events
How AIR class-event handling differs from other event handling in the HTML DOM
Adobe AIR event objects
Handling runtime events with JavaScript
Chapter 13: Scripting the HTML Container
Display properties of HTMLLoader objects
Accessing the HTML history list
Setting the user agent used when loading HTML content
Setting the character encoding to use for HTML content
Defining browser-like user interfaces for HTML content
Chapter 14: AIR security
AIR security basics
Installation and updates
HTML security
Scripting between content in different domains
Writing to disk
Working securely with untrusted content
Best security practices for developers
Code signing
Chapter 15: Setting AIR application properties
The application descriptor file structure
Defining properties in the application descriptor file
Chapter 16: ActionScript basics for JavaScript developers
Differences between ActionScript and JavaScript: an overview
ActionScript 3.0 data types
ActionScript 3.0 classes, packages, and namespaces
Required parameters and default values in ActionScript 3.0 functions
ActionScript 3.0 event listeners
Chapter 17: Working with native windows
Additional online information about native windows
AIR window basics
Creating windows
Managing windows
Listening for window events
Displaying full-screen windows
Chapter 18: Screens
Additional online information about screens
Screen basics
Enumerating the screens
Chapter 19: Working with native menus
Additional online information about native menus
AIR menu basics
Creating native menus
About context menus in HTML
Displaying pop-up menus
Handling menu events
Example: Window and application menu
Using the MenuBuilder framework
Chapter 20: Taskbar icons
Additional online information about taskbar icons
About taskbar icons
Dock icons
System Tray icons
Window taskbar icons and buttons
Chapter 21: Working with the file system
Additional online information about the AIR File API
AIR file basics
Working with File objects
Getting file system information
Working with directories
Work ing with files
Reading and writing files
Chapter 22: Drag and drop
Additional online information about dragging and dropping
Drag and drop basics
Default drag-and-drop behavior
Drag-and-drop events in HTML
MIME types for the HTML drag-and-drop
Drag effects in HTML
Dragging data out of an HTML element
Dragging data into an HTML element
Example: Overriding the default HTML drag-in behavior
Handling file drops in non-application HTML sandboxes
Chapter 23: Copy and paste
Additional online information about copying and pasting
Copy-and-paste basics
Reading from and writing to the system clipboard
HTML copy and paste
Menu commands and keystrokes for copy and paste
Clipboard data formats
Chapter 24: Working with byte arrays
Reading and writing a ByteArray
ByteArray example: Reading a .zip file
Chapter 25: Working with local SQL databases
Additional online information about local SQL databases
About local SQL databases
Creating and modifying a database
Manipulating SQL database data
Using synchronous and asynchronous database operations
Using encryption with SQL databases
Strategies for working with SQL databases
Chapter 26: Storing encrypted data
Chapter 27: Adding PDF content
Detecting PDF Capability
Loading PDF content
Scripting PDF content
Known limitations for PDF content in AIR
Chapter 28: Working with sound
Basics of working with sound
Understanding the sound architecture
Loading external sound files
Working with embedded sounds
Working with str eaming sound files
Working with dynamically generated audio
Playing sounds
Working with sound metadata
Accessing raw sound data
Capturing sound input
Chapter 29: Using digital rights management
Additional online information about digital rights management
Understanding the encrypted FLV workflow
DRM-related members and events of the NetStream class
Using the DRMStatusEvent class
Using the DRMAuthenticateEvent class
Using the DRMErrorEvent class
Using the DRMManager class
Using the DRMContentData class
Chapter 30: Application launching and exit options
Additional online information about launch and exit options
Application invocation
Capturing command line arguments
Launching on login
Browser invocation
Application termination
Chapter 31: Reading application settings
Reading the application descriptor file
Getting the application and publisher identifiers
Chapter 32: Working with runtime and operating system information
Managing file associations
Getting the runtime version and patch level
Detecting AIR capabilities
Tracking user presence
Chapter 33: Monitoring network connectivity
Detecting network connectivity changes
Service monitoring basics
Detecting HTTP connectivity
Detecting socket connectivity
Chapter 34: URL requests and networking
Basics of networking and communication
Using the URLRequest class
Working with external data
Using the URLStream class
Socket connections
Opening a URL in the default system web brow ser
Sending a URL to a server
Chapter 35: Inter-application communication
About the LocalConnection class
Sending messages between two applications
Connecting to content in different domains and to other AIR applications
Chapter 36: Distributing, Installing, and Running AIR applications
Installing and running an AIR application from the desktop
Installing and running AIR applications from a web page
Enterprise deployment
Digitally signing an AIR file
Chapter 37: Updating AIR applications
About updating applications
Presenting a custom application update user interface
Downloading an AIR file to the userís computer
Checking to see if an application is running for the first time
Using the update framework
Chapter 38: Viewing Source Code
Loading, configuring, and opening the Source Viewer
Source Viewer user interface
Chapter 39: Localizing AIR applications
Introduction to localization
Localizing the application name and description in the application installer
Choosing a locale
Localizing HTML content
Localizing dates, times, and currencies
Chapter 40: XML signature validation
Additional online information about XML signature validation
Basics of XML signature validation
About XML signatures
Implementing the IURIDereferencer interface

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