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Breaking Out of the Web Browser with Adobe AIR by Nathan Weber, Tom Kaczanko, Peter Dilillo, Mike Nimer, Michael Labriola, Steve Zimmers, Andriy Kupriyenko, Jeff Tapper, Louie Penaflor

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Chapter 12. Testing AIR Applications with Fluint

All applications contain bugs. The larger the application, the more bugs the application is likely to contain. Bugs in your AIR application generally occur as a result of mistakes during the development process; however, they can also occur due to bugs in the Flex framework, the AIR runtime, or the compiler that transforms your source into executable code.

In the course of creating software, developers continually test it to some degree. They write code, they compile it, and they test it to ensure it functions as expected. However, these tests generally lack two important components. First, this type of on-demand testing is generally used to test a very small and specific feature as it is being developed. ...

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