Adobe AIR

Adobe AIR

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Adobe AIR

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Was Once Great…

2 out of 10
July 30, 2021
We developed a popular mobile and desktop RPG utility in Adobe AIR. The flexibility of Adobe AIR made it possible to leverage our old …
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Adobe AIR

8 out of 10
July 28, 2021
We have used Adobe AIR to help our team build out different applications on windows, mac and android. It has amazing capabilities and …
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July 30, 2021

Was Once Great…

Jon Marr | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 2 out of 10
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We developed a popular mobile and desktop RPG utility in Adobe AIR. The flexibility of Adobe AIR made it possible to leverage our old Flash skill set to seamlessly provide tools for both users at home and on the go. The entire development cycle for the app was built around Adobe AIR.
Score 5 out of 10
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We were using it for HTML content on client websites and other web development tasks, which is a growing part of our business. However, it's no longer being supported by Adobe, which is very unfortunate. So we are moving to something else soon but will continue using AIR until it can no longer be updated etc. or it stops working.
Score 8 out of 10
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Develop and deploy rich Internet applications by combining JavaScript, HTML, adobe flash Professional, and ActionScript. End-users can access these applications from many types of devices including laptops, desktops, smartphones, and tablets. This cross-operating-system runtime system is currently used by the IT department and addresses two principal problems: cross-system functionality portability and ease of deployment.
Stefano Monti | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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The first point to talk about Adobe Air is that this works across many platforms like Windows, Android, iOS, etc. It's easy to develop and was cross-platform, it's simply to make the code and deploy everywhere. The same codebase can also be used in web browsers. Adobe Air was used in some departments of my company and in some associate enterprises that work on the same project and other things in production. Resulting in a Mobile App and Desktop App. Some old versions work on Linux, but this support was discontinued.
William Alvarez | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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We use Adobe AIr to create simple training modules for our sales people and sales associates that include text and animation. The modules are structured much like games, which is part of why we chose AIR to create them. It enables us to get training content to both new hires and existing staff in a way that is a bit more fun than the typical training material.
Score 6 out of 10
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Adobe Air is no longer being used by Disney Interactive. In the past, it was used to quickly build and release high quality games for iOS and Android mobile platforms. Starting two years ago, Disney caught wind that Adobe Air was no longer going to be supported by Adobe in a capacity that we felt was worth our investment. At the same time, both Apple and Unity dropped support for Flash, and we made the executive decision to completely switch our tech stack over to Unity, as it offered much better support and arguably better performance for about the same level of time investment.
Score 9 out of 10
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I previously taught Adobe AIR to students interested in making mobile game apps. I also occasionally use it when making my own video game apps on the side. However, I now teach Unity and tend to use that technology for side projects as well. It's just easier to use and tends to have better performance.
Thomas Gorence | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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I've used Adobe AIR to create hybrid/cross-platform apps and games that needed to run on Android, iOS, and desktop/kiosk devices. Using AIR allowed our team to stay within the Adobe suite (Illustrator, Flash, Photoshop), and also provided an easy way to build for multiple platforms with a single code base. This addresses the business problem of managing multiple versions of the same project, and helps keep assets standardized (due to integration with Adobe Creative Suite/Cloud).