Compiling Helper for Adobe Air SDK
Air SDK compiling helper written for Node.js. Usefull to clean your testing and distributing workflow.
- Works on Windows and Mac OSX, not tested on Linux (tell me if you can test it :))
- Stop using batch files to compile or simulate your Air projects, get all your configurations with just one file.
- No more
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- No more terminal mess, simplify compiling process with one command.
- Can auto-increment your build numbers.
- Can store your p12 settings, by configuration.
- Push compiled application to iOS and Android devices.
- Can launch pre-configured simulators.
- Can compile to Air / Win / Mac / iOS / Android.
- Auto-detect IP for wifi debugging.
npm install -g air-compiler
Init a project
Go to your project folder with terminal and type :
This will create a
compiler.config.js file in your project root.
Compiling process will also create a tmp/ folder in your project root.
Configure a project
Once the project is initialised, just feed the
You have to fill mandatory parameters like Air SDK Path etc.
You can add simulation profiles and compiling profiles.
Launch SDK simulator
Just pass the simulator profile name as first argument.
Ex : launch the Air simulator with the default iphone screen size
Ex : If you create your own simulator profile in the config file
Just pass the compiling profile name as first argument.
Ex : Compile the test profile
Pushing apps to devices
air-compiler push to push latested compiled ipa and apk to connected devices.
You can set the autoInstall parameter in your compiling profile to push automatically compiled binaries to connected devices.