Adobe AIR enables you to have your favorite web applications with you all the time. Adobe AIR 2 runtime and SDK for desktops are now shipping on Adobe.com and are no longer on Labs.
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Adobe AIR 2 provides end users with exceptional application experiences while giving developers the easiest and most powerful way to develop desktop applications across multiple platforms (Mac, Windows, and Linux). AIR 2 builds on the success of AIR 1 by giving developers new capabilities, and even tighter integration with the desktop.
Adobe AIR 2 beta 2 was released on February 2, 2010. This release provides additional features, enhancements, fixes and miscellaneous improvements over beta 1.
You can build great Flex applications using only the Flex 4 SDK and an editor of your choice, or you can use the beta version of Adobe Flash Builder™ 4 (previously named Flex Builder) which includes everything in the Flex 4 SDK within it. This beta release aligns with the public beta releases of both Flash Builder and Flash Catalyst.
Durango, a framework that allows developers to build customizable Adobe AIR applications, is now available on Adobe Labs. Developers can download the Durango SDK to use the Durango framework. Durango enabled AIR applications are delivered as AIR (.air) files which end users install. These applications incorporate the Durango framework and are Durango enabled.
In conjunction with the release of the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.3 update on Adobe.com, a new Lightroom Export SDK is now available for download from Adobe Labs. This public prerelease provides a Software Development Kit that will allow developers to enable communication from the Lightroom 1.3 Export Dialog to third party tools, web sites or devices.