I could be wrong, but I don't think anyone wants to do your project for you. Building a content management system is large job and full of many different aspects. Also, I'm pretty sure there isn't a tutorial, manual, or anything that will help you (of course a little google doesn't hurt).
I'd recommend starting with what you know, and coming here for help on certain aspects when you get stuck. Your current question/problem is much too broad for an actual response. I guess where you should start is, understanding how content management systems work and architect a framework to start building from.
thanks for an answer
I'm not searching for someone to do this for me.
I understand how does a cms works
What i need is a way to add a module to an air application without having to compile and package the application again.
I found that we can use the update but it means that if i want to add something i must compile all the application again right?
So my only question is:
Is there anyway we could add modules on the fly? or even reference them on a database and then load them?
I've done a little google too but i couldn't find answers that really matters
Well, yes, you can use some sort of 'plugin' system that can load in external SWFs. Something similar to what the JWPlayer does now.
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The short answer is to use the Loader class with the proper LoaderContext. There are important security implications to consider when loading executable resources from outside your application, of course.
If you are using Flex, see http://opensource.adobe.com/wiki/display/flexsdk/Marshall+Plan.
For information on how to verify downloaded modules, see http://www.adobe.com/devnet/air/flex/quickstart/xml_signatures.html (for Flex) or http://www.adobe.com/devnet/air/flash/quickstart/xml_signatures.html (for Flash CS).
thanks very much for the tips