33776 readersBuilding mobile apps is at the same time exciting and challenging for developers. The pace of technology and tool advancement is exciting, yet the ever-growing list of platforms and devices poses significant challenges. With all this technology, there are many solutions to help you to build and create the apps you want to reach the platforms
7717 readersCompile your O'Reilly wish list and maybe you will win it. Here's my wish list: Flex 4 Cookbook, By Joshua Noble, Todd Anderson, Garth Braithwaite, Marco Casario, et al., Flash CS5: The Missing Manual By Chris Grover, Arduino Up and Running Building fun and creative electronic projects By Brian Jepson, Building Android Apps with HTML,
2840 readers...scares the hell out of me. Apple recently announced the iPad and unless you're living under a rock you've heard about it and probably the brouhaha over its refusal to allow Flash. Apparently the iPad won't allow any browser plugins. Seems like the Open Web proponents are excited about this. I am scared to hell.Web/browser-based
23473 readersAdobe is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Adobe AIR 2.6 for Android smartphones and tablets. AIR 2.6 for Android adds support for Android 3.0 and the latest Android tablet devices – including the Motorola Xoom – as well as improvements to performance and GPU-based rendering, updated Android gesture support, and improved handling of
3475 readersI've been very interested in development for mobile platforms ever since I attended the Flex User Group meeting in Singapore, where Rahul Garg talked about Developing AIR applications on Android. However, I realised that performance of non-native applications on mobile devices, specifically Flash and AIR aren't ideal. While I would really have liked to just
1772 readersRecently I've found myself building more and more applications that need to run on a number of mobile devices; from BlackBerry to BREW, iPhone to Android, iPad to Desktop. When building applications for numerous devices, you have two options: "Go Native" or "Go HTML".
2781 readersColdFusion guru, Jeremy Allaire, has written a very good article that takes a very objective look into the future. The Future of Web Content ? HTML5, Flash & Mobile Apps http://www.techcrunch.com/2010/02/05/the-future-of-web-content-html5-flash-mobile-apps/ He sums it up perfectly, "Its all about reach. While it is easy to take a binary position in the future of content applications
3990 readersInterested in working more closely with a designer? Interested in building applications for Android based mobile devices? Interested in connecting your Flex applications to Java, PHP or ColdFusion servers? If you’re interested in any of these topics (or others), then check out Adobe Developer Week. Adobe Developer Week is a week long set of e-seminars
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