The AIR SDK only supports HTML AIR apps, so for the full experience you also need the Flex 3 beta SDK. But I digress. I have a long-standing. Hi, I am hearing this flex internals but not a single word mentioned of it in the flex 3 dev guide. Nothing useful i could get on google either. Now. Thread. Flex 3: Datagrid – Décalage des séparations des colones (entêtes/ tableau) Finding an old livedocs page (blazeds devguide) · , May 2,

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Adobe is entirely within its rights in not crediting SQLite in its docs. So it is not illegal, but it is discourteous. The Database module provides browser-local relational data storage fkex3 your JavaScript web application. Google Gears uses the devgguide source SQLite database system. I also need to know how easily I can access the same database from both AIR and from another application, using the standard SQLite library.


Adobe, Google, Mozilla and others will be working to align the APIs used to access local database storage for offline applications, so this functionality will be consistent for developers both in the browser and fle3x Apollo on the desktop. Another key difference is that unlike Gears, AIR makes no attempt to isolate databases based on the origin of the application. Paul Robertson has more: A response to Tim Anderson. Your email address will not be published.

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This is all beta, of course, so it can change. I hope it does.

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Proper credit for SQLite in the docs. Use the Gears code — full text search could be very useful — and deliver on the promise ddvguide aligning the API. John No, the official docs you reference are the same ones more or less I was looking at. Paul, for the fuzzy long version, see my post Thanks for this, most encouraging.


Why doesn’t Adobe’s AIR dev guide mention SQLite?

Though I think you underestimate the number of existing SQLite developers. I think you underestimate the number of existing SQLite developers. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. sevguide