everyone knows about handling events via onClick. onClick works fine and all but it’s a little slow. The event doesn’t fire until you’ve actually released (finger or mouse) so you have to first tap and then let go for anything to happen. What if you want your button to respond immediately after you touch it?
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Android: How to hide the default background from the ImageButton widget.
If you’re having trouble reading files from the sdcard using Air for android you can’t simply hardcode a path because the location of the file can vary from device to device.You need to use the filesystem package to help you out. Specifically you need the documentsDirectory.resolvePath method of the File Object to get a full
How to Allow Your AIR for Android Application to be Moved to the SD Card « Christian Cantrell. This is a good explanation on how to make your air app installable on the sdcard.
Debugging with FB Burrito sure was made simple.
About me: Hi everyone, my name is Nelson Ramirez. I am a New York based Flash Developer currently learning android. I’ve fallen in love with android and I wanted to document my learning journey in the hopes that it will not only help me but also other people new to android. While I work in
Tonight I played with app inventor for android. At the same time i got my new droid X. Overall a good day. About app inventor: I gotta say, it’s pretty sweet. Setup was a breeze. The tool consists of two views: Fist is the app inventor. This is a browser based layout tool where you
Playing around with more rokon examples. I love it! the touch handlers are super simple to use. Rokon will definitely be a great way for me to get used to android. I continue to be impressed with how easy everything is to get going. I can say that with android in general. I don’t feel
Ok so rokon http://www.rokonandroid.com/ looks pretty cool. Played with it a bit more and I’m really liking how it’s structured. The whole inheritance chain is very reminiscent of DisplayObject. I like. Animating is super simple, and slowly but surely , i am discovering the capabilities. Good stuff! I’m almost done with the tutorials.
Wow. it was incredibly easy. I simply followed the instructions here http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/device.html and had a test app running on the phone in less than 10 minutes! I am falling in love with android development.