Tuesday, June 17th, 2008p>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.
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