[Laszlo-dev] Running OpenLaszlo as native Android app through PhoneGap
r.bitter.mailinglists at googlemail.com
Tue Jun 1 07:40:08 PDT 2010
I will. Currently I'm having problems getting the SWF version of the app to
display on my HTC Android 2.1 device. I guess the reason is that the Flash
Player is not part of the Android OS, but it's a custom HTC version of the
Flash Player. That should be different on the Nexus One with Android 2.2.
On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 4:37 PM, Amy Muntz <amuntz at laszlosystems.com> wrote:
> Hi Raju,
> Very cool - thanks for posting. I would be very interested in a comparison
> f the swf10 times to DHTML. Be sure to send out the link to your blog when
> the tutorial is ready!
> On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 9:44 AM, Raju Bitter <
> r.bitter.mailinglists at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> With 2 hours of work I managed to get OpenLaszlo running on my Android 2.1
>> using PhoneGap. It's a DHTML app which is loaded into a headless browser
>> within an Android app, using the WebView component. That's the default
>> approach for PhoneGap. See the attached screenshot.
>> That means, we should be able to run SWF apps on devices with Flash Lite 4
>> or Flash 10.1 mobile as well, including Android 2.2, future versions of
>> webOS with and Blackberry devices with Flash 10.1. The DHTML app loads and
>> initializes within 3s, I expect a SWF10 app to be even faster.
>> I'll do some more tests calling native phone APIs out of OpenLaszlo later
>> today, and will post a tutorial in my blog.
>> - Raju
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