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Created

3 May 2011

When you're ready to ship an Adobe AIR application, you'll be required to digitally sign it for the Adobe AIR installer to install it to the user's system. By requiring your application to be signed, you instill confidence in your customers because they can validate the source of the application. When it comes to packaging your application for specific platforms, the process for acquiring signing certificates and provisioning application packages for devices can vary significantly. The following tutorials are designed to step you through the pocess of signing and packaging your Adobe AIR applications for deployment on the desktop and devices:
 
  • Packaging Adobe AIR applications for the desktop: Learn why to sign an application, where to get a certificate, and how to use Adobe Flash Builder 4.5, Adobe Flash Professional CS5.5, Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5, or the AIR SDK to package your AIR application for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
  • Packaging Adobe AIR applications for Google Android devices: Learn to complete the necessary steps to deploy applications built in Flash Builder to Google Android devices, including how to deploy applications during development, how to register to publish on the Android Marketplace, and how to export a release version of your app.
  • Packaging Adobe AIR applications for BlackBerry Tablet OS devices: Learn to complete the necessary steps to deploy applications built in Flash Builder to BlackBerry Tablet OS devices, including how to deploy applications during development, how to register to develop for BlackBerry Tablet OS, how to run or debug an app on a BlackBerry Tablet OS device, and how to export a release version of your app.
  • Packaging Adobe AIR applications for Apple iOS devices: Learn to complete the necessary steps to deploy applications built in Flash Builder to Apple iOS devices, including how to register to develop for Apple iOS, how to register devices that you want to deploy apps to during development, and how to deploy, debug, or export a package for Apple iOS.