Monday, December 7th, 2009
Adobe AIR continues to win developers over with it’s ease of leveraging standard web technologies to build cool desktop apps. But it’s not without it’s drawbacks, especially in terms of memory consumption and debugging. Thankfully, Adobe listened and included better CPU and memory profiling in the latest version of the SDK, Adobe AIR 2.
Aptana jumped all over this and updated their AIR plugin to leverage the debugging capabilities. Apatana CEO Paul Colton created a video demonstrating how it works:
Get a complete round-up of the update via the Adobe blog.
Posted by Rey Bango at 9:30 am