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Archive for January, 2012

Using charts inside Mobile Applications with Adobe AIR

Posted by Shardul Singh Bartwal on January 30, 2012

I was in a big doubt since very long time,I was waiting for the new version of the Charts under the Spark Components,so that I can use them inside the mobile applications.But I was surprised also that why there is nothing for this in the Spark components.But Yesterday I just checked with the MX Charts components in my mobile application for a demo on my Samsung mobile,and things were working excellent and smooth.Was happy and surprised also that how is it is it possible?. Later on started to search on the net for this.And found it on my first click.It was clearly mention there at by Narciso Jaramillo long long ago that:-.

Charts are supported in mobile projects, but other MX components are not. We don’t recommend using MX components in mobile projects; use the Spark components instead. The one exception is the charting components, which are usable in mobile projects if care is taken to avoid displaying or animating too much data at once.

So finally I have to made myself satisfy with ‘Better late than never.’
Hence sharing it,hope this can help someone.

Keep Rocking………..


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Captive Runtime a Excellent Feature for Mobile Applications via Adobe AIR

Posted by Shardul Singh Bartwal on January 30, 2012

I hope you all will be aware of the Captive Run-time.This is nothing else but a installer of the application which will be already containing the AIR Run-time inside this.Just used the on my Samsung handset with creating a demo application.Its nice to see how cool it is,no need of the installation of the AIR separately.Its surely an excellent feature.
No doubts the size of the your output format is going to be increase by around 8 MB.
But As per my concern the size of big installer is not going to come in between anyway.
Now you can make your clients more happy by providing them the merged AIR Run-time.No need to install AIR separately.

Enjoy Flexing………….

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Long list of Simulators in Flash Builder 4.6 For Mobile Application Development

Posted by Shardul Singh Bartwal on January 30, 2012

I remember the installation of my first android base simulator which I have used to check my first AIR application to run on Android platform,creating the output format form the command prompt then installing the AIR on that etc. etc.But how simple now the things are.There is already a inbuilt long list of the simulators is inside the Flash Builder itself.Which is giving extreme experience for playing and check the application’s appearance on different devices.Only for the Android platform there are around 30 model’s simulators of HTC are available.It is having the 10 simulators for the different models of the Motorola and 9 for the Samsung.Google Nexus one,Google
Nexus S,Dell Streak 7,Barnes and Nobel Nook Color all are making the list complete.
Simulator for the Apple iPhone 4,Apple iPad and BlackBerry PlayBook are also there.

Target what ever platform you want to choose and enjoy the mobile application with the Adobe AIR.

Enjoy Flexing…………

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Official Flex User Group Tour date announcement started by Adobe

Posted by Shardul Singh Bartwal on January 29, 2012

Its nice to see that adobe has started their International Flex User Group Tour
to discuss their last year ends announcements about Flex and Flash Platform.They
have announced the dates for the North America.

Schedule can be checked at:-

Waiting for the turn of Asia including India.

Enjoy Flexing…….

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