When we looked at how native code and ActionScript communicate in a native extension, we saw that native code is mostly called and talked to and has a limited number of ways to respond or send data back. These are:
- Returning a FREResult object from a call to FREFunction.
- Using output parameters in a FREFunction.
- Sending an event to ActionScript.
In this article we are focusing on number 3: how events are sent from Java to ActionScript. Read More
So you are an Android guy. Or gal. Or, you are an ActionScript person, who wants to expand to Android. Same difference.
Here is a bit of prerequisite information, in case you need it:
Next, let us see the ingredients that you have to provide for an ANE and those that are provided for you.
You will have to make two libraries: Read More
This is the title article for a series of posts that take a look into the components you'll need, in order to make a native extension for four different platforms. Read More
Before we define what Adobe AIR Native Extensions (ANEs) are, let us first marvel at Adobe AIR for a bit, starting with what it can do for you. Then we will move on to what it can't do for you. That's where it gets interesting and where ANEs come in. Read More