I have see recently this project to develop multiplatform applications, I see all major mobile platforms, and MAC OS X and Windows Desktop but, why no Linux Desktop support?
on 03/06/2013 – Made popular on 03/06/2013
Today Adobe has announced that they will no longer support AIR on the Linux desktop. They will now focus their resource on developing AIR for iOS and Linux on mobile devices – particularly Android.According to Netmarketshare, the growth of Linux on the desktop has stagnated at around 1% and Adobe says that the download share for AIR on the Linux desktop hovers around at just 0.5%.
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