quote:I haven't done it, but I don't see why not. SQLite support is part of the AIR API, which is equally accessible to all AIR application types.
Originally posted by: JOnnyAjaxCan an AIR application (based mainly on html +.js) access and manipulate a local SQLite database?
Most of the examples I've seen are using Flash to do this
quote:Doesn't appear so. I would expect to find a listen() method in flash.net.Socket to set up a server, but there's only connect(), which lets you connect to other servers.
Can an AIR application monitor a Port, like Port 8080?
quote:You can use a SQLite DB, or you can use "Flash cookies" (LSOs): http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/3/html/lsos_1.html#149022