Command Line: Compiling for iOS4 using AIR 2.6

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Adobe AIR 2.6 was just released and it includes a couple of new features for iOS such as camera, video, and keyboard support but for now, you'll need to compile using command-line ADT. Here's a simple example showing you how to compile in test-mode. Note: you'll only need to do this if you want to still use Flash Professional. If you choose Flash Builder or Flex Builder, there are tools available that make things easier.

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  1. chrisaiv$ /Location/to/AdobeAIRSDK_2.6/bin/adt -package -target ipa-test -provisioning-profile /Location/to/Provision.mobileprovision -storetype pkcs12 -keystore /Location/to/Certificates.p12 -keypass password NameOfApp.ipa ApplicationDescriptor-app.xml -C /Location/to/NameOfApp.swf Default.png Default@2x.png icons


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