Because AIR moves beyond the browser, your development environment is no longer fixed. Now you can control many different facets of the application including its appearance, positioning, size, and transparency. All these settings as well as information about the application’s identity are contained in a single XML file called the application descriptor file.
Mastering the application descriptor file is essential to AIR development. These recipes will help you position and configure your application windows, set application identification information, and set the installation location.
You need to ensure that your application is targeting version 1.5 of AIR.
Specify the version of the runtime in the XML namespace within the application descriptor file.
The XML namespace that is referenced in the
application node ...