|By Rich Tretola | February 15, 2010|
Unless you have been offline all day today, you have heard that Adobe has made an official announcement on the time lines of Flash Player 10.1 mobile as Adobe AIR mobile. Here is the official press release.
Since the announcement, a bit more information has come out and I have narrowed all of the information down into one key sentence. It was posted on the AIR Team blog. And here it is in bold…
“Using Adobe AIR, developers and designers will be able to build standalone applications to target devices running the Android operating system. These very same applications can also be deployed as desktop AIR applications on Windows, Mac, Linux, and also as applications on the iPhone using the”
What does this mean? Well, write your AIR application once and distribute it across all mobile platforms including iPhone. If and when Adobe pulls this off, it will make for some very happy developers.
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