Ok I got it to work. I had to merge rather than override the
folders.Just in case someone else has the same problem. Here is how to
resolve it:quit eclipseDownload the Air SDK 2.7 from hereMove the
downloaded file "AdobeAIRSDK.tbz2" to /sdks/4.5.1unzip
it there: "tar jxvf AdobeAIRSDK.tbz2"restart eclipseNow you should be
able to see "http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/2.7" namespace in the
app config xml when you create a new mobile project.
Sasha,How does one upgrade FB to Air 2.7? I am kinda stuck on that step.
I am using FB 4.5.1 which comes packaged with AIR 2.6 runtime. So I
downloaded AIR 2.7 Sdk and copied the folders over to the FB sdk
directory but to no avail.Now my FB is complaining that it can't
recognize the flex SDK (see image below).
great job guys! can't wait to take this for a spin.quick question: is
the mobile sdk you mentioned the one posted here by sasha:
http://forums.adobe.com/thread/884817 and is there a roadmap you can
share for the mobile sdk?
Thanks Sasha. I would be very interested in beta testing this! (just
tell me how to signup)So in the meantime I manually added mx.swc and
sparkskins.swc to the build path and was able to get it to work on xoom
(haven't tested ipad)Is this an OK workaround or a dirty hack? The app
feels a bit sluggish (very little but noticeable) and obviously its not
touch enabled. But I was thinking I could enhance the client side code
of SharedWhiteBoard to address these problems.Is that feasible or does
Hi,I want to use LCCS and flex mobile to create a realtime collaborative
whiteboard app so when I saw that LCCS provides this out of the box I
was really excited. I tried it as a web app and it works like a
charm.However I can't get it to work on a tablet.Here is the simple
"hello world" type of mobile app. I am using FB 4.5.1 with lccs.swc (for
flash player 10.1)
This is making the
compiler unhappy. I am getting this error:'ConnectSessionContainer'
declaration must be contained within the ...