I started creating an Adobe Air application with Adobe DreamWeaver and it works great, but I am so used to doing development with TextMate that I ended up using DreamWeaver just for previewing and compiling the application and TextMate for development. Fortunatelly for us Matthew Reed has created a Bundle to test and compile your Adobe Air Applications in just 3 steps:
– Download Source in Matthew Reed’s site
– Install Into Textmate
– Use it! Control + Return
Thanks for this bundle!
Source: Adobe Airâ„¢ TextMate Bundle
Note: He recommends to install (or have) the SDK inside “Applications/AdobeAir” and the bundle works as expected. But if you would like to change the location where the Bundle makes reference to you can do so by looking under:
Bundles>Bundle Editor>Show Bundle Editor
Air> Package Preview
Air> Package Self-signed
and you will find the following lines:
Change /Applications/AdobeAir/ to the location of your SDK.