Overview of Adobe Air Application Building:
Adobe Air – Build apps
Air-powered apps are available on all Windows, Android, BlackBerry, iOS, and more platforms. One of the advantages of using air is that programmers, instead of dealing with different browsers, different standards and errors and their problems, can write their code in one environment. schools are unified and do not worry about these issues. Of course, this requires the ubiquity of the technology that Adobe has done a lot to accomplish this goal and it has so far made great strides.
Currently, a number of major software companies use Adobe Air’s capabilities to provide their services and services. This is beyond the flexibility of this highly secure environment. Using the Air due to its robust structure is a good choice for those who have significant concerns about the security of the execution of programs. All programs that run on an air platform must be digitally signed, so when running the program, necessary validations, such as program creation, etc. are made and if valid, the The process will run.
Adobe Air compatible system requirements:
- X86-compatible processor clocked at 2.33GHz or faster, or Intel Atom ™ 1.6GHz or faster processor for netbook class devices.
- Microsoft® Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 Classic or Windows 10.
- 512MB RAM (1GB recommended)
- AIR SDK Development Supports Microsoft® Windows 7 and above, 64 bit only.