The Geolocation API code runs the same across all devices from iOS to Android. One thing to remember with Android development is permissions. In this tutorial I show you how to set permissions using Flash Professional CS5.5.
Using Flash Professional CS5.5 let’s create an iOS Geolocation example. We’ll setup a simple example that polls your current location and returns a map of your location. I’m using the Google Static Maps API to load an image of the location.
Let’s talk about the Accelerometer. This example uses Flash Professional CS5.5 to build a simple Android accelerometer example. Yes I’m cheating a little by using the template that’s included with CS5.5, but in the next tutorial I show you how to convert timeline code to work in a document class.
We know how to pass data to a new view using the pushView method, but what about getting data back from a view that’s been popped off the navigation stack? Using Flash Builder 4.5, I’ll show you how to use the createReturnObject() method to pass data back to the previous Continue reading “FB4.5: BasicViewApp – createReturnObject()”
Now that you’ve created your killer iOS app, it’s time to deploy a release build. Using Flash Builder 4.5 I’ll walk you through the steps of creating a release build. Make sure you have a proper distribution certificate and distribution provisioning profile. I also discuss how you would create an Continue reading “FB4.5: iOS – Deploying a release build”
With iOS 4.x we can now deploy an Ad Hoc ipa over the air from your own web server. I’ll show you how to setup your index.html file, the manifest.plist and demonstrate how OTA install works. Remember your .ipa needs to be signed with an Ad Hoc provisioning profile and Continue reading “iOS: OTA install without iTunes – Ad Hoc distro”