@PranKe01: Yes Titanium, Open Source best alternative to adobe air & you can download the source at github. In my honest opinion Titanium is better, you can access pretty much to what u need for your application. And yes its like adobe air, w/ steroids, w/o eval issues and it uses less memory... For me before, i hate to jump to titanium because its still in beta, but frustration got in to me in waiting for weeks in adobe air support for this framework "ext". So i tried it, and after making a test app, cases and scenarios for my present application, i'm satisfied w/ titanium and i'm sure you guys too.. Not much in some of its documentation but, you'll get a hang of it in time. hahaha! yeah!!
Im running on the same issue (on a rental application system) you have but what i found so far was to let Adobe air get the code (loaded)from my hosting server so when you run the adobe app you need user and password so i let them have the code inserted dynamically or loaded from start (obfuscated, encrypted with ION cube and so on)
the bad thing of this is that i'll absorbe all the bandwidth in order so they cannot see my code (i consider it a small price but i have safe my code)
that was the best solution for me so far i dont know what could air 2 can bring us on
Has anyone gotten Titanium setup under Windows? I downloaded the Titanium Developer and launched it. It created a folder "Titanium Developer" under my Program Files and when I launch the program in this folder it does launch but it launches Installer.exe and doesn't actually install anything.
@mizzory: Click on the installed Titanium Developer, it will download the latest SDK.
So I logged in as an admin user and installed it and it launched right after. Log back into my normal user account and there was no link in my start menu. Opened up Explorer and went to the Titanium Developer and it launched the Installer.exe and asked me to install it or cancel so I clicked install. Did absolutely nothing!
So works under admin user but not the normal user in my case at least.