Carlos Yanez has posted a new Flash tutorial: Simulate an Android Lock Screen with ActionScript, The tutorialwill show you how to simulate an Android Lock Screen with ActionScript, the Lock Screen is a part of an operating system, mostly used in touch screen mobile devices, that prevents accidental input.
The tutorial is divided into the following sections:
Set Up Your Flash FileStep
This is the screenshot, you can drag your mouse along the dots in the path indicated by the semi-transparent white lines in order to “unlock” the SWF.
Fabio Biondi has posted a article to introduce how to build a new prototype to display YouTube Channel content, from the playlists to a single video, using the YouTube AS3 API, right now just testing the YouTube API on Android devices.
The article said "you can easy develop native applications for your Android (OS 2.2) devices using the current Flash Platform tools like Adobe Flash CS5 Professional and Adobe Flash Builder 4.5".
The SamsungMesmerize i500 comes only in Mirror Black colour. The i500 comes with 5.0 MP digital camera, 4x digital zoom, LED Flash and auto focus function. On a single battery charge the Samsung phone can last for 312 hours in standby mode and can provide 420 minutes of talktime.
Samsung i500 comes with 16GB MicroSD card and 2GB / 512MB ROM / 348MB RAM. The handset also supports various Video formats such as MPEG4 at 30fps, H.264, H.263, WMV (v9), AVC and DivX. Audio formats such as AAC/AAC+, 3GP, MIDI, M4A, WAV, MP3, QCP, OGG and, WMA are also supported.
SamsungMesmerize i500 comes with host of connectivity options from Bluetooth, GPS, and USB 2.0 to Wi-Fi. The phone supports HTML Browsing, Outlook Sync Capability and full Google mobile services integration.
You can run the application without changing a line of code, with a great and consistent deployment experience: You select the target platform, hit the run button, and the app is packaged, deployed, and started on the device you selected.
Motorola MOTO MT716 is a Android-based IPhone OS v2.0 and Flash Lite enabled phone. The dimensions are 110 x 59.9 x 17.2 mm and weighs 182g. The display type is of TFT capacitive touch screen, 16M colors and size is of 480×854 pixels, 3.7 inches with QWERTY keyboard and Multi-touch input method.
The tutorial will be posted as a DevNet article in a couple of weeks, but I already wanted to make it available here because a number of people have asked for it. It is a based on the hands-on session I delivered at MAX, with additional information and instructions.
Here is a quick outline:
Part 1: Creating a Basic Mobile Application
Part 2: Using Mobile Item Renderers
Part 3: Navigating and Passing Information between Views
Part 4: Creating an Action Bar
Part 5: Integrating with the Device Capabilities (Dialer, SMS, Email)
Part 6: Using a RemoteObject
Part 7: Using a Local SQLite Database
Read more and download the tutorial, please visit this link.
Adobe's Flash plugin for Google Android, support gives people fuller access to more of the web, but in all of the plugins, the Flash has been one of the weakest, most embarrassing spots for the Galaxy Tab, severely depleting the device's performance,when it comes to user experience, a crappy version of Flash is not better than no Flash at all.
Here are some reviews of the Flash plugin:
"The browser is miserable, at least when Flash is enabled."
"Because the Galaxy runs Android 2.2, it can also play Flash videos online."
"Sometimes they played and sometimes they didn’t. In all cases, they slowed the browser down."
"The Tab's Flash capability is a nice fallback, but if you've been thinking it's the killer tablet app you should think again."