|By ColdFusion News Desk||
|December 18, 2007 11:15 AM EST||
"AIR Beta 3 is an exciting release that takes us one step closer to AIR 1.0," writes Platform Evangelist Kevin Hoyt in a recent commentary on eight changes from AIR Beta 2. "Unlike the myriad of changes introduced in the move from AIR Beta 1 to AIR Beta 2," Hoyt added, "the changes in AIR Beta 3 are far more subtle.' This stability, he noted, indicates the growing maturity of the product.
"You can read the release notes of course," wrote Hoyt - a past speaker at AJAXWorld Conference & Expo - in his blog
Hoyt lists those changes as follows (read his blog for the fuller account of each):
Application Descriptor File
Application Resource Directory
HTML Control Moved to MX Package
Creating a Native Window from HTML
XMLHttpRequest Limited in Classic Sandbox
Flash in HTML Now Supported
Opening a Database Connection
WebKit Drag and Drop
"These are simply the changes that I’ve found and wanted to share with the community," Hoyt adds.
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