AIR and WebKit

Adobe AIR 1.0 and later

Adobe AIR uses the open source WebKit engine, also used in the Safari web browser. AIR adds several extensions to allow access to the runtime classes and objects as well as for security. In addition, WebKit itself adds features not included in the W3C standards for HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Only the AIR additions and the most noteworthy WebKit extensions are covered here; for additional documentation on non-standard HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, see and . For standards information, see the W3C web site . Mozilla also provides a valuable general reference on HTML, CSS, and DOM topics (of course, the WebKit and Mozilla engines are not identical).

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