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From Maarten Cammaert <marzs...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Trying a different IDE with AIR
Date Wed, 28 Aug 2013 08:54:00 GMT
Hi Scott,

Have you used the Apache SDK installer to install flex and air?
I'm building all my AIR apps with IntelliJ without any problem, desktop and
The only thing I'm doing is pointing to the location of the SDK.
Also make sure you have the Flex/Flash plugin installed (see settings >
plugins), so when you start a project you can select the flash module and
set the target platform to desktop our mobile.


On Wed, Aug 28, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Scott Matheson

> Chaps
>            This may be off the subject of this user group if so please
> excuse me
> I have been reading a lot  about IntelliJ IDE and thought I would give it
> a go, now I am not a hardened OS level chap, just a app developer
> I managed to installIJ with Flex 10 and build a new app,nice, then I
> thought I would have a go with a small AIR app to reformat some JSON file I
> have
> Hum…. As IntelliJ is not integrated with flex like Flash Builder you are
> left to you own resources to get the AIR SDK install before you start
> My research turned up many blogs on the subject, so I take it Adobe do not
> provide a AIR SDK installer, you need to install the SDK manually ?
> I reading the small print you need to install 4.6 first, this seems the
> best instructions, can anyone point me in a better direction ?
> http://www.funky-monkey.nl/blog/2008/10/24/installing-the-adobe-air-sdk-on-a-mac/
> Thanks
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