2959 readersNow that we have an app to run on our Android device, let's deploy it using the Run Configurations... On device scenario.
2582 readersI noticed renaun posted some video tutorials on how to debug Flash on Android in both Flash Builder, as well as using adb logcat (essentially Android’s reporting/logging utility (via USB) if you weren’t up to speed). He also chronicled this on his blog, about debugging AIR apps on Android device with Flash Builder, and in
2333 readersMy fellow evangelist Tom Krcha wrote a blog post about how to make sure that your Android device is found on Windows when using Flash Builder Burrito in order to deploy your AIR application to the device. So I thought it is worth sharing another solution I found when working with Burrito and Android devices
3984 readersFlex Pasta has posted a new tutorial: Flex 4.5: Getting Started with Mobile Projects in Flash Builder, this tutorial will tell you How to start building AIR apps that can run on android and iPhone devices. You can use Flash Builder 4.5 for mobile devic...
4972 readersGrant Skinner released a new, free tool called ASDocr built using the Adobe AIR 2 beta. The application is a graphical front-end to ASDoc, a command-line tool available in the Flex SDK. ASDoc allows you to create API language reference documentation as HTML pages from the classes in your Adobe Flex application.
5693 readersAs the title says I am going to explain how to debug AIR applications in Flash Builder 4 that are running on an Android device. Note: This is using AIR for Android prerelease off labs.adobe.com and the tooling and procedure to do on device debugging of AIR for Android with Flash Builder 4 will change
3998 readersIn the first AIR for Android tutorial, we showed just how to get started. This tutorial is a complete video along with the source code. This blog post includes the necessary instructions for building your first application and then adding a transform gesture. With many smartphones using touch screens, the desired behavior is to allow
8058 readersUpdate: there are a bunch of other applications listed over on the official Adobe AIR blog. This morning Andy Rubin, Google VP of Engineering, made a guest post on the Adobe Featured blog that clearly states the commitment Google has to bringing Flash and AIR to Android-based devices. Here is a quote from the post: “Google believes
2415 readersAnother video from Adobe’s Ted Patrick, this one on how to develop Adobe AIR Apps for Android using Flash Builder. Ted Patrick of Adobe uses Flash Builder to develop and deploy an Adobe AIR application to his Android-powered smartphone.
2697 readersI recently upgraded my Blackberry Playbook simulator and SDK from the original public release to version 0.9.2, and all of a sudden I couldn't debug my application in the Playbook simulator from FlashBuilder any more. I randomly decided to check my debug configurations. In the debug configurations dialog I was getting this error message: "The
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