You can cache content locally using Adobe Help. From Flash Builder, go to Help > Flash Builder Help.
- In Adobe Help
(a.k.a, Adobe Community Help Client), go to Preferences
Download Preferences, make sure Flex 4 is checked. Select Flex 4 and select the help package for ”ActionScript 3.0 Language and Component Reference” and any additional packages you wish to download. The full set of Flex 4 help packages is currently around 70 MB.
- Select Local
Content, update all packages if an update is available.
With the content cached, you can access offline help.
Make sure you select “Flex 4″ in the search box, “Local Help” for your Search Location and
“ActionScript 3.0 Language and Component Reference” for your Filter Results. Despite the name, this will include both built-in Flash and Flex APIs in the search results.
If you only want reference information about Flash
Builder (not including Flex or Flash ASDoc), you can download this PDF http://help.adobe.com/en_US/flashbuilder/using/flashbuilder_4_help.pdf or simply follow the same steps to cache “Using Adobe Flash Builder 4″.
It’s important to note that Flash Builder 4 no longer uses Eclipse’s help system to deliver help content.Share on Facebook