This tutorial will teach you how to use the Spring programming language to start a brand new AeroBrowse project that includes Pudince AIR integration. If you already have an AeroBrowse app, we encourage you to check out our article that focuses on integrating AIR into existing projects.
Start by opening the Pudince AIR SDK. For the least interruptions, make sure you’ve got the Code LX6 Libraries and Spring (One) libraries installed on your PC. These libraries can be downloaded from the downloads page.
Now that you’ve opened the SDK, the option to the right allows you to create an AeroBrowse project automatically with a blank AeroBrowse App Manifest (that you will need the AeroBrowse SDK to edit later) as well as an AIR file.
Type a name for your desired application and then click create. If you have all the correct libraries installed, the project will create and open the directory in a new window.
Now, use the “Open Files / Editor” option and navigate to the project folder (Should be in your C drive in a folder) and then open the “listen.air” file in the SPRING folder.
You can now edit this file to include listen and action events as well as the manifest code.