While working on an AIR Mobile app, either in Flash or Flex, you might want to integrate Twitter API in it. In one of my projects few months back, I wanted to integrate the Twitter API within the app but wasn't able to find a complete working solution. While searching on the internet, I came across this article on Adobe DevNet. Though any complete example was not available, it proved to be a very helpful starting point. The approach doesn't uses any specific Twitter API library but instead uses the default oAuth authentication mechanism used by Twitter.
In this article I'll show you a simple...
Posted by: Rahul Joshi
December 6, 2012 |
Besides RJDesignz, I also maintain a website, WebResourcesLinks, which is a website to look for helpful resources for web designers and developers. On the website you can find some quality articles on what are the best resources available out there. I have written few articles there for AIR Mobile development resources as well. Thought people reading my blog might find them interesting in case they missed those on WebResourcesLinks.
Adobe AIR Native Extensions for Mobile - http://webresourceslinks.com/adobe-air-native-extensions-for-mobile/
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A new beta version of Adobe AIR is now available on Adobe Labs. AIR 3.4 has quite a few exciting features one of them being support for APNS (Apple Push Notification Service). With this release one will be able to send Push Notifications to Flex Mobile applications without use of any 3rd party Native Extension.
You can check the complete Release Notes for Air 3.4 here. The release notes also have provided a sample code to enable Push Notifications in your Flex Mobile Applications.
Other major additions to this release are:
Exception Support in Native Extensions for iOS — A native...
This is a tutorial on integrating Facebook API in your Flex Mobile app using Adobe AIR to publish it to mobile devices.
In order to start with this, you would first need to download the AS3 version of Facebook API from: http://code.google.com/p/facebook-actionscript-api/
After downloading the library, we need to create an App on Facebook.
In order to build a Facebook App, we need to create one under Facebook developer. For this, go to http://developers.facebook.com/ and go to Apps. Once there, select option to Create New App and fill the required details. Once the application has been...
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