3373 readersAdobe just released the beta version of Flash Player 10.1 on their 'labs' site. Previously I've written about the new multi-touch events and written a quick how to on displaying multi-touch events with the new Air 2 SDK and now I'm going to talk quickly about checking a users multi-touch capabilities. Checking the users multi-touch
6729 readersAs you can tell I have been having tons of fun lately playing with the new multi-touch and gesture APIs in Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2.0. Based on my videos and examples there have been a ton of questions that have come up, many of which I didn’t know the answers to. There are
8046 readersDiscover three Adobe AIR applications that showcase the new Multi-touch API of the Flash Player 10.1.
1653 readersChristian Cantrell has written a devnet article covering some tips for authoring Flash content for Multi Screen Sizes. In the age of contextual applications, this is a very useful read … especially for those who haven’t yet dealt with portrait, landscape across various mobile devices, and other screen settings previously with Flash Lite. Mobile is
2460 readersLee Brimelow (Platform Evangelist at Adobe) published today his Flash Player 10.1 multi-touch FAQ page. Lee tried to answer to the most asked questions that have come up after the publication of Lee's videos and examples... As you can tell I have been having tons of fun lately playing with the new multi-touch and gesture
3739 readersLee created a video of multi-touch and gesture support on Windows HP TouchSmart and MacBook Pro. Some of the AS3 API in 10.1 is referenced in the video, but there’s also a devnet up on multitouch. No mobile love yet, but soon.
2196 readersMulti-touch is only just gaining grounds in the tech world. While it’s pretty common on mobile devices these days, you don’t yet see a lot of multi-touch devices in people’s homes. Sure… A lot of trackpads on laptops also support multi-touch these days but they usually only support the common gestures for zoom and rotate.
6159 readersWith the Flex 4.5 SDK (aka Hero) you can now create some very nifty mobile applications to run on Android enabled devices as well as on the BlackBerry PlayBook. Now, one of the features you’ll use on any touch enabled device is the swipe gesture. You can use this gesture to move things around or
8049 readersWith the Flex 4.5 SDK (aka Hero) you can now create some very nifty mobile applications to run on Android enabled devices as well as on the BlackBerry PlayBook. Now, one of the features you’ll use on any touch enabled device is the swipe gesture. You can use this gesture to move things around or
3303 readersInterested in developing Flash Applications for Multi-Touch screen devices? Republic of Code has created two tutorials teaching the basics on this matter. You will create a Rotate Gesture object and a Pan Gesture object that will run on devices with Flash Player 10.1, Flash Lite 4, Adobe AIR 2 or iPhone Apps created using Flash.
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