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How I compiled the Tour de Flex Mobile to iOS /iPhone with video

Tuesday, December 28th, 2010

TweetYesterday, I showed my AIRonAndroidBrowser application running on an iPod touch. So, this morning I figured I would try the Flex Tour de Mobile app. Here is exactly how it was done. There is also a video at the end. I grabbed the source by downloading and installing the fxp source from here. I removed [...]

AIRonAndroid Browser now runs on iPod/iPad/iPhone!

Monday, December 27th, 2010

TweetMy AIRonAndorid Browser application which was written as a test of the apis for Android was compiled to BlackBerry PlayBook back in November. Now, after some struggles with the compilers, I have successfully compiled it to run on an iPod touch 4 which also means it will run on an iPhone and iPad. Although I [...]

Have you updated any Flex 2/3 applications to Flex 4+?

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

TweetEarlier this year, I authored several blog posts showing some of the differences and the upgrade path from moving from Flex 2/3 to Flex 4. F3 v. F4: Using ViewStack, TabNavigator and Accordion F3 v. F4 Tile v TileGroup F3 v. F4: Repeater v DataGroup F3 v. F4: Boxes v Groups Here is another nice [...]

Build a MultiScreen (Android,Blackberry) Application in 10 Minutes!

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

TweetOK, start your clocks! Full source is at the end of the post. To complete this tutorial, you must have Flash Builder Burrito with the BlackBerry PlayBook SDK installed and the BlackBerry simulator. Here are the steps to build it. First create a new Flex Mobile Project Name this project “AIRonMobile” Make sure you have [...]

Securing your keys within SWF?

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

TweetWe all know that SWF is not secure and can be easily decrypted by many tools that I won’t mention here. So, if you are building browser or desktop/mobile (AIR) flash applications that use public services (REST, WSDL) with tokens for API identification, how are you securing your tokens? Please let me know your techniques.

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