AIR 3.1 introduces significant improvements to the way native extensions can be used on iOS. Firstly, it lets you package your apps with an external SDK so that you are not restricted to using the captive SDK. If you have built an extension with the latest iOS SDK to access the latest features you can now specify that SDK when packaging the app. You can specify an iOS sdk to link with using the
-platformsdk switch when packaging an IPA. Simply add
-plaformsdk /path/to/iPhoneOS5.0.sdk to your regular commandline for packaging the ipa. Continue reading…
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