Last Night's Hands-on Adobe AIR Presentation at TCCFUG - with source code

Last night we did a hands-on Adobe AIR session at the Twin Cities ColdFusion User Group meeting. We had a great turnout of about 18 people and I was very happy to see so much interest in Adobe AIR. I think it is a lot of fun to work in and I am glad I piqued the interest of so many others.

As promised at the meeting, I am posting the source code of the completed application.

It is attached to this blog post, you can download it by clicking on the "download" link below.

I will keep the short stories web service that we used going for a while so that you can play with the AIR application. The API is poorly documented, but all three of the calls you can make against it are used in the application. So have fun.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me using my contact form. Also checkout my many related AIR blog posts.

andy matthews's Gravatar Wow dude. 18 people is more than I had at my CFUnited session. That's excellent!
# Posted By andy matthews | 9/3/09 1:32 PM
andy matthews's Gravatar By the way, do you have a Connect session for this presentation? I'd love to sit through it.
# Posted By andy matthews | 9/3/09 1:43 PM
Jason Dean's Gravatar Nope, I decided not to do Connect since it was hands on. It was 2+ hours long with lots of pauses while waiting for people to catch up on their coding.
# Posted By Jason Dean | 9/3/09 1:45 PM
Ryan Arneson's Gravatar Great preso, you definitely piqued my interest!
# Posted By Ryan Arneson | 9/3/09 9:10 PM
Kevin Penny's Gravatar Thanks again Jason (or should we call u JSON) -
I pinged Troy about a November Active MQ Topic/Queue Preso - should be fun.
# Posted By Kevin Penny | 9/3/09 9:58 PM
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