From the 1st of February, you'll get the following error message when trying to submit your Adobe AIR based app to Apple's App Store: Apple's web service operation was not successful
Unable to authenticate the package: somenumber.itmsp
ERROR ITMS-9000: "This bundle is invalid. Apple is not currently accepting applications built with this version of the SDK." at SoftwareAssets/SoftwareAsset (MZItmspSoftwareAssetPackage) From February, you'll have to build your AIR apps using the iOS 7 SDK (comes with XCode 5). In other words - if you are using Flash Builder or the Open Source Flex SDK to make iOS apps, you'll need to upgrade
I just started watching recorded sessions of Flex 360 and Adobe MAX 2008/2009. And it is fantastic how I see people dealing with same problems I was dealing last year and earlier this year. If only I have watched these videos earlier or attended these conferences... This could have saved me a lot of time. Yes, I found my own solutions, better or worse, but that was reinventing the wheel once again. I am an active blogger and read a lot of blog posts on a daily basis. But nobody can read or know everything. Yet a lot of people
Apache Flex 4.12.0 Released! Related: SDK Installer Showcase:?Some of the many desktop and mobile applications written with Flex, listed in alphabetical order. What’s hot: #ApacheFlex 4.12.0 improved memory and performance, improved mobile skins and iOS7 support and over 80 bug fixes. http://t.co/fjRiQTsfTi ? FlexMonkey (@FlexMonkey) March 10, 2014 i can’t express the amount of awesome i feel when i see how many bugs the #apacheflex team fixes in every release ? Alessandro Bianco (@alebianco) March 10, 2014
Apache Flex allows you to build apps that work across a lot of different platforms including Android and iOS. Recently, Apple announced  that "Starting February 1, new apps and app updates submitted to the App Store must be built with Xcode 5 and iOS 7 SDK." In response to this change, the Adobe AIR team fixed the AIR SDK  so as to be compatible with Apple's new guidelines. Now, we have updated the Apache Flex SDK Installer to allow users to download this new version of AIR - build 220.127.116.119 so that they can continue to build and
With the release of Apache Flex 4.12.0, users can now get the SDK and related libraries through use of the excellent AIR-based installer. A few choices, a couple clicks, and you have the final bits. So what’s new in this…Read more ›
The Apache Flex community is pleased to announce the release of Apache Flex FlexUnit 4.2.0. Apache Flex is a highly productive, open source application framework for building and maintaining expressive applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops and devices (including smartphones, tablets and tv). Apache Flex FlexUnit is a JUnit style testing framework for Apache Flex applications.
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The Apache Flex community is pleased to announce the release of Apache Flex 4.12.0 Apache Flex is a highly productive, open source application framework for building and maintaining expressive applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops and devices (including smartphones, tablets and tv). Apache Flex 4.12.0 is a update to Apache Flex 4.11.0 that adds support for the latest Flash Player and AIR runtimes, improved memory and performance, improved mobile skins and iOS7 support and over 80 bug fixes.