Users can install or update an AIR application by double-clicking an AIR file on their computer or from the browser (using the seamless install feature).The Adobe® AIR® installer application manages the installation, alerting the user if they are updating an already existing application.You can learn more about how to update a Native Process application in the video below.A: A newer version of Adobe AIR has been downloaded and is ready to be installed.Attempting to update directly to an application using the AIR 2.5 namespace fails. First update only the Application Updater framework to the AIR 2.5 version.
With the release of Adobe AIR SDK 2 developers have the ability to package their applications into native installer files.- When installing AIR as SYSTEM User (I'm using SCCM) where is the logfile? Are "older" applications compatible with newer AIR Versions? With the introduction of the Native Process API in AIR 2.0 we made it easier to package your AIR applications (as EXE, DMG, RPM, etc) so they can provide general application launching capabilities as well as communicate natively via the command line – which in turn allows access to standard input (STDIN) and standard output (STDOUT) as well as standard errors (STDERR) from the native process you are working with.For details on how to use the update installer on the Mac OS X platform, refer to the section at the end of this article.The Adobe AIR runtime enables developers to package the same code into native applications and games for Windows and Mac OS desktops as well as i OS and Android devices, reaching over a billion desktop systems and mobile app stores for over 500 million devices.