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Loading a module from outside the application directory in AIR

That has taken a fair bit of Googling to figure that one out. Because of security sandbox restrictions, when using the url of the ModuleLoader component, modules can only be loaded from the application directory (or any of its subdirectories).

Solution adapted from Enable Local App to load RunTime CSS.swf from Server

Embedding tinyMCE or firebug-lite in the <mx:HTML> tag of an AIR project

When I started experimenting with the mx:HTML tag in AIR, I ran into a series of problem. Javascrpt code that would run perfectly fine in the webkit browser running on the desktop would not run correctly in an AIR app (using the same version of webkit) .

Flash Player 10 on Android

Quite gobsmacked. I have now Flex applications running on my Nexus one.

There were some rumours of Froyo only available in June. Then other rumours of it being already pushed over the AIR. But that appeared to be mostly for phones given to the Press.

Thanks to giz http://bit.ly/cF9os6 got froyo on the nexus1.

Once Froyo was installed, I had to point the browser on the device to the labs download page


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