if you’re going crazy finding a new name for your product or site or what ever…try this…
Hi all guys!
here it is a great article of a great Flex Pro.
there was something missing in my mornig: i didn’t know how to skin an action bar like the “big” do…:)
Hi all, i was looking for an in app purchase example for a new app i’m trying to create aaaaannnddd…here it is one with ane implementation directly from adobe
i’m trying to get rid of the complicated world that device resolution and density are creating.
So to have an idea of what’s behind… well, take a look here!
here we go with an another cool skinning example:
1) Create your graphics in Adobe illustrator, make and fxg
2) Import it in your flash builder
3) Create the skin class
4) call the skin class from your mxml or css
here it is the complete guide:
if you want your app to be showed into the action sheet while you hold an mail attachment (like PDF or DOC or XML or your personal file format)… you have to manipulate the [your app]-app.xml file.
By simply adding the following information in the right section starting in <iPhone> or <android> (if you haven’t modified the file yet they should be commented and to make them working delete the comment tags):<iPhone> <!– A list of plist key/value pairs to be added to the application Info.plist –> <InfoAdditions> <![CDATA[ <key>UIDeviceFamily</key> <array> <string>1</string> <string>2</string> </array> <key>UIStatusBarStyle</key> <string>UIStatusBarStyleBlackOpaque</string> <key>UIRequiresPersistentWiFi</key> <string>YES</string> <key>CFBundleDocumentTypes</key> <array> <dict> <key>LSItemContentTypes</key> <array> <string>com.adobe.pdf</string> </array> <key>CFBundleTypeName</key> <string>PDF</string> <key>LSHandlerRank</key> <string>Alternate</string> </dict> </array> ]]> </InfoAdditions> <!– A list of plist key/value pairs to be added to the application Entitlements.plist –> <!– <Entitlements> <![CDATA[ <key>keychain-access-groups</key> <array> <string></string> <string></string> </array> ]]> </Entitlements> –> <!– Display Resolution for the app (either “standard” or “high”). Optional. Default “standard” –> <!– <requestedDisplayResolution></requestedDisplayResolution> –> </iPhone>
In orange the code to specify the PDF handling, if you want the DOC file type you should change the CFBundleTypeName & LSItemContentTypes with the correct values. You can find the LSItemContentTypes values in the previous article
if you’re trying to show your ios app in the action sheet like the pic:
you must modify your info.plist app file by following this informations:
This link teach you how http://mobiforge.com/developing/story/importing-exporting-documents-ios
and this is how your plist section appears after:
<key>CFBundleDocumentTypes</key> <array> <dict> <key>CFBundleTypeName</key> <string>PDF</string> <key>LSHandlerRank</key> <string>Alternate</string> <key>LSItemContentTypes</key> <array> <string>com.adobe.pdf</string> </array> </dict> </array>you can obviously add all the file types you want by looking up in the link i posted in this previous tutorial here. Bye bye!! Angelo
Hi all, i’m try to look up a cool way to manage the device incoming documents (PDFs,PICs..and so on) in a new mobile app. As research is always mandatory i just started in having a look in how ios manage documents and Doc API are groups and positioned into the OS.
Check out this page that reports all the type an OS based system can manage.