Flash In App

Flash'In'App 2.7

Flash'In'App 2.7 Full Download Summary

How the mbed uses internal flash?

...because when you load new executable to the mbed (resetting mbed after new
code stored in the mbed), the all (chip-internal) flash contents will be
cleared and it may need to be protected certain flash memory area from other
usage of the program execution (It may need reserve it by defining custom code
section or something).

[User can reserve the flash area which you want to access. It can be done by
two declarations of USER_FLASH_AREA_START and USER_FLASH_AREA_SIZE in "IAP.h".
Improved:20100312]

However, still, the flash may be good when the mbed application which runs on
single LPC1768 bare metal without SD-card or other storage devices.

Please find next Notebook page that discuss about how to run the mbed
application on other board.

Code:

Cloud Protection: All traffic from Puffin app to Puffin server are encrypted, a protection from nearby hackers. It’s safe to use public non-secure WiFi through Puffin, but not safe at all for most browsers.

The Latest Flash: We keep improving our cloud servers, and provide the latest Flash support over the cloud.

# SMS Flash
1) Flashing, when SMS arrived.
(Using other SMS app like GoSMS and behavior may not work)

# Missed Call / Unread SMS Flash / Repeat Notification
1) The flash is repeated at specific intervals

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Xform Computing

AlwaysOnPC iPad Edition does far more than just display Flash content; it allows users to connect to their “own” personal “computer in the cloud” (via an encrypted, password-protected interface that you must register to use) and access many desktop apps, including a browser with Flash and Java. My attempts to load sites with Flash were successful; however, there was a noticeable lag with the video that made it virtually unwatchable. The price is too steep for those only wanting to display Flash, but if you want a remote desktop without having to use your actual desktop, then this is the app for you.

src\MyStarlingApp.as:

publicclass MyStarlingApp extends Sprite {

[Embed(source="/../assets/Happy.png")]
privatestaticconst MyImage:Class

privatevar _image:Image;

public function MyStarlingApp() {
super();

addEventListener(Event.ADDED_TO_STAGE, onAddedToStage);
addEventListener(Event.ENTER_FRAME, onEnterFrame);
}

Лицензия на компанию (OEM-права включены)

Due to certain logical limitations (e.g. there’s an interactive control in a Flash movie) window moving by clicking and dragging cannot be realized automatically by Flash’In’App, your participation as a developer is required. It’s not that difficult at all, still it provides you with the way to control the dragging areas yourself. To accomplish this you need to assign a delegate to ESFlashView and implement flashView:wasDraggedFrom:to: method in it, in this method you will need to handle moving by clicking and dragging routines. Listing 4 has another simple sample for you.

if(AndroidIAB.androidIAB.areSubscriptionsSupported())
{
AndroidIAB.androidIAB.purchaseSubscriptionItem("your_itemid");
}
else
{
trace("this device needs a Google Play Update to support subscriptions.");
}

// listen for consumption events
AndroidIAB.androidIAB.addEventListener(AndroidBillingEvent.CONSUME_SUCCEEDED, onItemConsumed);
AndroidIAB.androidIAB.addEventListener(AndroidBillingErrorEvent.CONSUME_FAILED, onConsumeFailed);

function onItemConsumed(e:AndroidBillingEvent):void
{
trace("you consumed the item "+e.itemId);
AndroidIAB.androidIAB.loadPlayerInventory();
}

function onConsumeFailed(e:AndroidBillingErrorEvent):void
{
trace("Something went wrong consuming "+e.itemId+": "+e.text);
}

[PATH_TO_AIR_SDK]\bin\adt -package -target ipa-test-interpreter -storetype pkcs12 -keystore [YOUR_KEYSTORE_FILE] -storepass [YOUR_PASSWORD] -provisioning-profile [YOUR_MOBILEPROVISION_FILE] myapplication.ipa app.xml myapp.swf -extdir [DIRECTORY_CONTAINING_ANE_FILE]

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