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From flex capacitor <flexcapaci...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Updating a Program
Date Sun, 05 Feb 2017 19:52:47 GMT
It takes a few hours of setup work and then half an hour to an hour each
time you create a new build.

I've created a class that helps with the process here
<http://bit.ly/2jQ73yh>. Once you set it up you don't have to change the
code. The setup instructions are in the class ASDocs. They may be slightly
outdated. Let me know.

Then in the future you update the application descriptor online. For the
updating process I use the steps listed here <http://bit.ly/2lcQc5K>.

Whenever you upload a new version and the user opens your app a window will
pop up that asks them if they want to update. If they click yes then your
existing application is updated. All the users existing data is preserved.

On Sat, Feb 4, 2017 at 9:36 PM, bilbosax <waspence41@comcast.net> wrote:

> I haven't looked into it yet, so thought I would start by asking the wise
> people here.  I have written an AIR app that runs on the desktop, with a
> version that works on mobile as well.  If I ever add a new feature or
> improve the efficiency of the code, I want to offer users updates that they
> can download from the app store or from my website for the desktop app.
> How
> hard is it to get an AIR app to update?  And by update, I mean totally
> replace the existing application with the new application, I am concerned
> that it will just install a new application next to the existing
> application
> instead of replacing it.
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