Compose – A greeting maker for android (Powered by Adobe AIR)

Compose Egreetings Maker

Very excited that finally Compose is out on Android marketplace. Compose is a application designed for creating e-greetings and fun  messages to share with friends and family. With a full multi-touch gesture based environment, compose lets you use simple drag-drop notion to bring your imagination to reality. (more…)

One product that clones two features of Facebook and one feature of YouTube – FXTubeRecorder

Just released version 1.4 version of  FxTubeRecorder now provides a extensive Javascript api and most sought after features when building a social network. Now with FxTubeRecorder you can easily clone the following features of  popular social sites:

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bob leasure
bob leasure

Hi, I currently am downloading .swf video files from my Red5 Web server to online clients.…

How to add an image to android gallery (CameraRoll) using adobe air

A very simple and handy task at hand is to save your own visual content into the android gallery. For this Adobe AIR provides the CameraRoll class which takes care of all the protocol negotiations and compression of the image data provided by you. You simply need to create a BitmapData from your visual element and pass it to the CameraRoll. This is important to note that saving an image to the device in this way is much much faster than  encoding it to JPEG o PNG yourself. (more…)

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Paul Steven
Paul Steven

Any idea why it would fail to save on a Nexus 7? I have installed your APK and I am…
Paul Steven
Paul Steven

Just to add to my last comment, the APK works on my HTC Desire Phone with Android 2.x but the…
Cesar Eduardo Suarez Trujillo
Cesar Eduardo Suarez Trujillo

Paul it fail beacuse maybe you didnt set the permission to save in the memory

Native android application flow using back button in Adobe Air

A very common issue to be faced while  developing Adobe AIR applications for android is that the back button does not function in its natural way when running a AIR application. For native android applications the back button respects the flow of a application. IE: if you have a popup open or a submodule called in a native android app, pressing the back button will take the application state one step back in a native manner. However in AIR applications (more…)