4 thoughts on “Airifier

  1. This is actually very simple to do. All you need to do is to have one html file which will be the root content of the AIR application and the html will simply point to the URL you need. This file can look like

    <html>
    <frameset cols=”100%”>
    <frame src=”http://coldfused.blogspot.com” frameborder=”0″>
    </html>

    OR

    <html>
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv=’refresh’ content=’0;url=http://http://coldfused.blogspot.com’>
    </head>
    <body></body></html>

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  2. Rupesh, you’re absolutely correct – from a developer’s point of view. But a
    regular end-user has no idea what to do with that – they wouldn’t know how
    to invoke the AIR SDK, and wouldn’t want to if they could. The idea behind
    AIRifier is just to automatate that process, so anyone can turn any website
    into an AIR app in 10 seconds. The core idea though, as you’ve pointed out,
    is very simple.

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