December 31, 2010
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One of the projects I was recently involved with had me setup an unsusal enviroment — debugging an embedded device that ran Adobe AIR. There are not a whole lot of specifics that I can talk about for that particular project, but one of its aspects I can talk about — debugging the AIR and Flex apps remotely.
Most developers are used to the enviroment where they have a single computer where they run their app, and if something breaks, they can launch the debugger and on the computer and debug the app. When you are working with embedded devices, mobile devices, or simply devices that don’t have Windows/MacOS running on them, debugging can be a pain. Unfortunatly, the documentation for AIR (and Flex) is pretty poor at telling you how to set this up — and the IDE fights you if you don’t know exactally what you are doing. Read more of this post