All posts tagged 'Adobe AIR'

Easy Native Extensions Book – second edition

Posted on May 6th, 2015 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions, How to..., ID

The Easy Native Extensions eBook proved itself as a must have in the tool set of an iOS ANE developer for the last couple of years. As some of our readers put it: “Your eBook on ANE’s is one of the best investments I have made. The excellent explanations and example..
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Release: Updates to our screen recording ANEs

Posted on November 26th, 2014 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions

iOS 8 developers, rejoice, we support you! We are updating all of our ANEs to support iOS 8 and the latest AIR SDK. These three are ready for you to download: How do I update? If you have already purchased one of these ANEs you get an update for free. This is how to download..
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Screen Recorder ANE updated

Posted on July 4th, 2014 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions

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,..
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Camera Native Extension – iOS Update

Posted on March 12th, 2014 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions

Remember this? Here is what’s new with the Camera Native Extension: Fixed a memory leak in applyFilters(), reported by our DiaDraw.com reader decapyre. Improved thread synchronisation. Introduced a separate frame rate for consuming frames (see REFRESH_RATE_FRAMES_PER_SECOND in CameraTestAppHomeView.mxml). Introduced NativeCameraExtensionEvent.CAMERA_STARTED to signal when the camera is ready to produce frames. The..
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Easy Native Extensions is out!

Posted on February 27th, 2014 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions, How to..., ID

EasyNativeExtensions.com is out! Some of you have been waiting for this announcement for months. It’s finally here, check it out: easynativeextensions.com What is EasyNativeExtensions.com? This is the new AIR ANE-dedicated website by The DiaDraw Team. We are making this website the number one resource for information about AIR Native Extensions with:..
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iOS Camera extension – iOS 7 update

Posted on January 31st, 2014 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions

It was about time we updated the Camera AIR Native Extension for iOS 7 and AIR SDK 4.0. We also fixed a couple of bugs along the way, including this one, reported by admin@cuijiahao.com: What steps will reproduce the problem? 1. Set camExt.startVideoCamera( NativeCameraExtension.PresetPhoto, 24, 50, false); 2. bytearray returned with..
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E-mail native extension – iOS7 fix

Posted on November 7th, 2013 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions, How to...

April 2014 update: we have moved the project and packaged it with a sleek manual on our new website, along with a sleek manual and demo video. Check it out: http://easynativeextensions.com/product/diadraw-e-mail-ane/ Good morning/afternoon/fill in your timezone, AIR people! A lot of you got in touch to tell us that the release of..
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How to debug your Android ANE

Posted on July 1st, 2013 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions

Unlike AIR native extensions for iOS, where you can debug either the native code or the ActionScript code, on Android you have the option to debug all of your code at the same time. This post shows you how to debug your Android ANE on a device via USB both..
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How to fix Error 105: application.initialWindow.content contains an invalid value

Posted on June 4th, 2013 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions

Error message Error 105: application.initialWindow.content contains an invalid value Cause You are likely to see this error message when you compile your AIR project on the command line for the first time. When you create your AIR project, an app descriptor file is automatically created for it. It’s typically called..
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How to fix Error: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant

Posted on June 4th, 2013 · Posted in Adobe AIR Native Extensions

Error message Error: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: YourNativeExtension Cause You would usually get this error message at compile-time, when your code references something in a library that the compiler doesn’t know where to find. In the case of using a native extension, this means..
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