MAX Session Highlight: Developing Well-Behaved Mobile Applications for Adobe AIR

David Knight, a member of the AIR development team, and Renaun Erickson, a platform evangelist at Adobe, co-presented an excellent talk at MAX 2010 titled Developing Well-Behaved Mobile Applications for Adobe AIR. The session covered a number of key topics that are valuable for developers building mobile applications using Adobe AIR including how to:

  • measure the performance of your application
  • detect performance bottlenecks
  • improve the performance of your apps using techniques like object caching, GPU render mode and cacheAsBitmapMatrix

In the session, David and Renaun used several demos to support key points in their talk related to performance. In addition, the talk provides examples of how to use the Flash Builder profiler to detect problems in your applications.

6 Responses to MAX Session Highlight: Developing Well-Behaved Mobile Applications for Adobe AIR

  1. Great presentation, especially all the content regarding performance enhancements. I’m just getting started with mobile Air development using Burrito and this will prove to be very valuable.

  2. Great presentation, especially all the content regarding performance enhancements. I’m just getting started with mobile Air development using Burrito and this will prove to be very valuable.

  3. Great presentation, especially all the content regarding performance enhancements. I’m just getting started with mobile Air development using Burrito and this will prove to be very valuable.