I’m going to be in Portland on Thursday and during the evening I’m going to be leading a workshop at the Portland Adobe Developers Group. I’ll be walking through how to create your first AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime, formerly Apollo) application. The session will cover everything from setting up Flex Builder to digging in and creating an AIR application that leverages some of the new APIs like the Database APIs, the File APIs, Native Windows, Network Status and others. It’s meant to be a very hands on session, so bring your computer and get ready to code.
The meeting starts at 5:30 on Thursday, June 20th and is going to be held in the Portland Community College Sylvania Library Building, Room 112 (Yahoo Maps Link). It will be kind of geared towards people that haven’t used Flex or AIR before, but if you’re jumping into those technologies we will be covering how to use the APIs, so you should still get something out of it. I encourage you to come by regardless of your skill level. It would be great to have some rockstar Flex/AIR guys come to help me out with getting people up to speed.
If you have any questions, drop me a note or give me a call.
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