8251 readersAfter recently diving into Flex 4.5.1 and starting several mobile AIR-based projects, I ran into an issue with the Google Maps SDK when testing under iOS devices. Long story short, it didn’t work. The Google Maps Flash API works great under Android when the mobile project is deployed as an AIR-based application, but when compiled
16217 readersYCanvas markers vs. Google Maps [ Try yourself ] YCanvas is an open source ActionScript 3 library that provides Stage3D (GPU) engine for perfectly overlapping grid based zooming projects like world maps or OnBoard or simply a tile maps renderer.
2734 readersVoiceNotes for Android is a sample application built with Flex and deployed on Adobe AIR for Android. The application allows you to record voice messages and play them back later. It demonstrates the Microphone API introduced in the latest builds of AIR for Android. VoiceNotes for Android is based on the desktop version of VoiceNotes
268 readers So you're developing an ActionScript 3.0 project, without using Flash components or the Flex framework, aimed at Flash Player 10. You could do it in Flash authoring, or you could do it in a third party code editor. But did you know you can also do this in Flex Builder?This tutorial aims to show
115883 readersFor the past year, I have been working on a client project that utilized the Google Maps for Flash API. One issue that I hoped to address was the sluggishness that results from instantiating 100+ instances of com.google.map.overlays.Marker. The forums ...
2759 readersI have done a simple comparative launching the same AIR application on an Android phone (Google Nexus One) and the last an IPod Touch (iOS4) without any mobile optimization. So I have simply compiled and published a Box2d sample on both devices at the same resolution. Android phone seems to work really fast and can
10391 readersAt Mobile World Congress 2010 Adobe announced Adobe AIR would support mobile devices by the end of this year. Adobe AIR, a key component of the Adobe Flash® Platform, enables developers to use a single development platform and reuse existing code to quickly build applications that run outside the browser, across multiple screens, devices and
1788 readersMy blog has been sorely neglected. Work had taken over pretty much all free time, but I’m starting to get a handle on things again. That being said, I’m diving deep in to Flex 4 development, and I should have my first iPhone application finished this summer. Oh, and I’m speaking at a couple conferences.
1706 readersVia MaemoArena.com, the Google Chrome browser has been ported to the Nokia N900. “The Google Chrome aka Chromium is not officially ported by Google. This version is based on Debian 32 bit release. It works great and the flash content works very well too” Alessandro
112828 readersSince Flex 4.5, you have had the ability to develop and export your projects as Android, iOS and PlayBook mobile applications that behave as native ones. You can also export your Flex mobile project as AIR desktop apps. Just open Flash builder, open your project and choose Project > Export release build. You can then export
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