I'm pretty new to developing AIR apps, so maybe this is a dumb question, but I can't seem to find any answers from google. Any help you can give me is greatly appreciated.  I'm building an AIR app with Ajax using an api that is identical...
Is it possible to use canvas.toDataURL() in Adobe AIR?  When I try I get the following error:     Error: SECURITY_ERR: DOM Exception 18...
I am using ExternalInterface but I have never worked with it before so I don't know what really to do. I don't even know if ExternalInterface works with AIR Android .  I am trying to implement the JS Google Maps API . At this point I am able...
I have an AIR application which has tinyMCE js into it. I have added a button on tinyMCE toolbar , upon click of which an inlinepopup window appear. this inline popup loads an url              var aa=tinyMCE.activeEditor.windowManager.open({...
This is the code in the html/javascrpt file:  var console = console ||      {log:function(msg){window.runtime.trace(msg);}}; function waitToFinish(){     console.log("this is wait to finish loading the url");     console.log(this.readyState);...
I'm interested in making a twitter client using Adobe Air, but I'm kinda stuck right now, as I can't figure out a better way to connect to the twitter REST API since it needs authentication.  Currently, the client sends a request to my se...
I'm trying to figure out which is the safest strategy for protecting my (file-based) SQLite database from corruption (in this case, I'm working with Adobe Air, but this could apply to any webkit browser that uses SQLite, including Mobile Safa...
As the title says, is there a way to run the same Adobe AIR app more than once?  I have a little widget I wrote that shows thumbnails from a couple of photo streams, and I'd like to fix it so I can look at more than  one stream at a time.  Thanks...
Alright, I feel like this is a stupid question but I literally cannot find the API for Adobe AIR Javascript on Google. I'm trying to gain access to the filesystem and network etc, but everything I find doesn't really seem to give me anything...
Is there any standard way of debugging Javascript on a webpage that's being accessed from a htmlLoader component inside of an Adobe Air application?   I have a web app built using Javascript that works perfectly within the browser. One of the mai...

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