Easily create AIR badges with Badge Builder

When developing an AIR application, there comes a time you’ll want to release it to the public. Offering a download link to your AIR app is nice enough, but offering an AIR badge is even better. On top of being pretty, it provides a one-click experience for your users and will install the AIR framework if the user doesn’t already have it installed.

An AIR badge is nothing more than HTML, CSS, JavaScript and a specific SWF-file. While you could write this from scratch each time, you could also use Jason Madsen’s Badge Builder. It’ll take you just a minute or two to generate your badge with Badge Builder, which are editable afterwards, of course.

You can find Badge Builder here for for free: knomedia.com/air/badgeBuilder.

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