In a previous example, “Browsing for individual files on a user’s computer using Adobe AIR”, we saw how you could browse for a single file on the user’s computer in Adobe AIR by calling the browseForOpen() method on a File object.

The following example shows how you can browse for multiple files on the user’s computer in Adobe AIR by calling the browseForOpenMultiple() method on a File object.

Full code after the jump.





    
        

    
        
    

    


2 Responses to Browsing for multiple files on a user’s computer using Adobe AIR

  1. Juan says:

    Hi there,

    I am just learning how to use Flex/Air. I have created an Air application and I wan to browse in a specific folder located in another computer. In my case I want to explore a folder like: \\127.0.0.5\apache\webapp\logs

    My application will run only from inside the network… Any guidance?

  2. Jackson says:

    Hello,

    Is it possible to browseForOpenMultiple and constraint the Windows Explorer to display only directory ? (rather than files and directory)

    Thanks a lot,

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