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Air Android/iOS – Launch your App from the browser

Adobe Air gives you the opportunity on iOS and Android to create a personal URL that if called from a normal browser will launch your app instead. This is particularly useful if you are redirecting your users from your App to a website, and then you want them to return on your App after they have completed a particular operation. The cool part is that if you are listening for the INVOKE event on your App you can also catch some arguments that the website is sending back.

How to do it Lets say your personal URL is “awesomeapp“, every time you use that name instead of the usual “http” it will open your App. For example, if you write “http://www.google.com” in a browser, it will redirect to the… [Read more »]


How to create your own ANE for iOS using Adobe Air

Adobe Air gives us the amazing opportunity to access the device capabilities using extensions, also named ANE (Adobe Native Extensions).¬†Creating an ANE is pretty simple, although it requires a laborious process which is not always easy to remember. Adobe has some tutorials about it, but I find them a little confusing and not straight to the point. This is a step by step guide with the very basic knowledge to know to build a simple ANE for iOS. The ANE we will build doesn’t really have any use, it will simply return a String from iOS that says “Hello World!”. Although this is a kick start to create any other Native extension. Soon I will post some more examples to generate more complex¬†behaviors. Tools First thing, you need a Mac,… [Read more »]

Adobe Air ANE