Adobe AIR uses the native os's Window system.
This might be what you are reffering to.
You would need to add the AIR library to your flex project to gain access to the window classes.
ok, the way you told me I've been searching, be a solution.
However, there is a manual step by step to do this?
Well in my case I have an application that makes database access using the eclipse.
Project Dynamic Web Project - with flex project nature
In this case I was not sure how to proceed.
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Creating a new project it's
- File -> New -> Flex Project
- Application Type -> Desktop
Setting this will create the descriptor file and create the WindowedApplication as the root. This application will startup in a native os window.
Here is an example of creating a simple os child window;
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
protected function button_clickHandler(event:MouseEvent):void
var window:Window = new Window();
window.title = "Hello Window";
window.width = 200;
window.height = 200;
<s:Button label="Open Window"
The documentation will guide you the rest of the way.
the air is for desktop applications, but web is to make a popup open?