Windows ANE tutorial: The native DLL project

At the end of this part you will have: A C/C++ project which you have set up to use the Adobe AIR C API. Note that, although the steps here are done with Microsoft Visual C++, you don’t necessarily need to stick with it. Any IDE or command-line compiler that builds C/C++ code will do, for example GCC. The most important steps in this part of the tutorial are making sure that your C/C++ code can see FlashRuntimeExtensions.h and link with FlashRuntimeExtensions.lib from the Adobe AIR SDK. Time 8-10 miutes Share on: WhatsApp Read More

Categories: AIR Native Extensions and Tutorials.

Screen Recorder ANE updated

A brief announcement: we have just released an update to our Screen Recorder Native Extension (DiaDrawScreencast.ane). Existing customers get it for free If you have bought the previous release of DiaDrawScreencast.ane, you’ll receive this update for free. Check your e-mail for a note from us. What’s new iOS 7 update, including more options for video quality settings; an optimised build; progress events during video saving (check out ScreenRecorderEvent.PROGRESS); a clearer example for the video saving options in the manual and in the test app. What’s next We are working on a new version of the ANE for all of you Read More

Categories: AIR Native Extensions.