Tuesday, June 17th, 2008
Adobe AIR, the SDK & runtime which has become the popular choice for building desktop-enabled web applications, has been updated with enhanced support for internationalization. With AIR v1.1, Adobe has bumped the number of supported languages to ten including Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Spanish & Brazilian Portuguese and included support for double-byte keyboard input.
Other notable enhancements include:
- Support for 64-bit editions of Microsoft Vista
- API enhancements to report disk space availability
- Ability to determine if the OS can support transparent windows
The full release notes for Adobe AIR v1.1 provide more details about the features and changes in this update.
Adobe AIR 1.1 FAQ (includes new features and sample bug fixes)
Article: Building a multilingual HTML-based application
Fresh RSS Reader Sample Application & Source Code
Localized to 11 languages
Adobe AIR 1.1 SDK
Posted by Rey Bango at 5:45 am