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Dude, It is a no brainer at all...stick with Adobe Air which certainly allows integration with other technologies. Air is hot and even getting hotter, pretty soon all the INDIAN H1Bs will jump on this band wagon as well.
AIR is here to stay with capabilities that can not be seen as visual bells and whistles.. I have been in the industry for longer than a decade with Java under my belt, but now seeing how Verizon, At&t, and some other big players are tuning to ADOBE AIR/FLEX.
AIR is the future. Java is good to know, and it wouldn't be hard to pick Java along the way. You just gotta be patient.
Thanks a lot for your reply, Its really encouraging.
Im a bit doubtful about printing support? Heard that printing support is not good!
I'll use Adobe Flex means AS3, so i think that code will be in binary after compiling.... Am i right? Need your confirmation
Adobe Flex also can mean AS3 and MXML, have a look at this article:
Then, im gonna choose it :)
Thanks once again
Thanks a lot
and what about AS3+MXML ? i think they are already get obfuscated after compilation. Am i right?
I wouldn't call the printing thing a minor issue. If you need printing in your application, it is a major issue, perhaps even a deal breaking issue. I also wouldn't assume that big adobe is working on it, or that it will be improved in the next release (or even the release after that...). In any other case, they always come out and say when they are working on something that people are complainting about. With printing, a lot of people have been complaining, and no one from adobe has said anything. Also, the feature request for improved printing in the bug report system was indefinitely shelved.