I was doing a component based on LinearLayout instantiated from XML. It could contain children provided as sub-tags in the XML or be left empty and then default layout should be loaded from XML file. Continue reading →
for last few weeks I am doing JAVA programming for Android, and as my background is mainly with ActionScript I wasn’t aware of JAVA nuances with String comparison, I thought that the equality operator will work i.e. a == “a”, but it isn’t. The String class (java.lang.String) offers comparison methods for that, the ones that I like are: equalsIgnoreCase and equals as they in result returns boolean value.
I have been playing with AIR for Android lately but I could do it only from Flash CS5, recently I have found that my embedded fonts wasn’t displayed in the android application, after further investigation it was Flash CS5 problem and latest Flex SDK:
and it worked but not when Flash CS5 was used. So because I couldn’t use Flash CS5 and have fonts embedded I have searched for solution to use FD to build air for android applications.
I have found this and that and using that knowledge I have compiled AIR for Android project for FlashDevelop that works perfectly for me, it builds APK file and uploads it to the connected device (not emulator – which is slow anyway) and runs it. I have used Project image (PNG) from fazermokeurs version project.