This may be an elementary question, but I am wondering if AIR is available offline? What I am wanting is for a client to be able to use an app we build to utilize AIR, but in our location, they may not always have Internet access. The clients would be inputting bookkeeping type information for us to process for them. Right now we have a portal on our website, but our next step is to offer an AIR solution to be downloaded on the desktop. Would the info they input be saved locally or cached until they get online or is there another process for that?
you can store data locally using a local SQL database in AIR. but I think you would have to write the code to manage the integration and synchronization between the local temporary database and the more permanent online database.
Article on using LiveCyle and Blaze DS to synchronize a local SQLite DB on a sometimes-connected computer
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