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Enabling AIR Code Completion in an AS3 Project

Posted on Saturday, September 19th, 2009 under Code Video | No comments

One of the problems Norm and I have found with our DFP students building ActionScript 3 projects in Flex Builder is that any AIR-specific code that is implemented lacks code-completion and error-resolving. A really simple solution, though, is including the Global AIR SWC in the project's Library. You can follow along with the video for a demonstration on how.

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