8017 readersI just uploaded the second tutorial in the AIR for Android series. The latest build (07/05) on the prerelease site contains a ton of cool features including camera and microphone access, webview, and hardware acceleration. In this tutorial I show you how to get the device’s camera into your AIR application.
3910 readersLately in my free time I’ve started to learn Flex Hero to be able to develop mobile applications for Android devices in Flex. I’ve downloaded Flash Builder Burrito from Adobe Labs, which already consists Flex Hero SDK, so I could immediately start developing my first Flex Android application. It’s quite new area and there is
7648 readersI am getting ready to do a presentation today for the Toronto Flex User Group on using Adobe Flex and AIR to create Android applications. Developing Flex apps for Android is an exciting new frontier for Flex developers. Adobe is working to release a new version of the Flex framework, named Hero, that will be
8647 readersThis is useful tip for Android developers on Windows, especially if you are AIR for Android developer and use Flash Builder or Flash Professional and want to debug and test your apps on mobile phone via USB. On Mac I didn’t have any problem, I just plugged device via USB and it has started working.
10399 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
295 readersFor those of you who are wondering how applications like twitter can be developed for mobile phones like Sony Ericsson devices. Well fortunately Sony Ercisson has recently published a tutorial for this purpose. Though the tutorial focuses more on the use of Sony Ericsson Flash Lite 2.2 UI Components in developing real mobile applications. Developers
174 readersFor those of you who are wondering how applications like twitter can be developed for mobile phones like Sony Ericsson devices. Well fortunately Sony Ercisson has recently published a tutorial for this purpose. Though the tutorial focuses more on the use of Sony Ericsson Flash Lite 2.2 UI Components in developing real mobile applications. Developers
6610 readersLast week was really exciting for everyone at Adobe as we released AIR for Android into the wild. There are already a ton of apps on the Android Market and there are going to be some really nice ones coming. One thing that I have noticed is that there is still a lot of confusion
11730 readersAdobe AIR on mobile phones can access the accelerometer API. I've developed a funny game named "Icare" (Icarius) inspired by the famous Doodle Jump.
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
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