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Device GPS Integration
Connect more deeply with your readers through geographically targeted content & offers that drive readership, subscription and engagement with your app. Display location-based content in an article and offer more relevant advertising to your readers by integrating with device GPS location data on iPad and iPhone. Pique readers’ interest in your content by displaying region-specific folios within a Custom Store. In addition, merchandise content by geography and offer relevant up-sell opportunities by displaying geo-specific banners within a Custom Store.
The Virtual Forge, Matt Wicks
Matt Wicks showcases two key recent projects completed by his agency The Virtual Forge: the VF Hub, a bespoke desktop video blogging tool with built-in review and approval capabilities; and NJF Search, a recruitment app with geolocation and AR functionality. The Virtual Forge aims to start creative conversations with all its clients, across all web and mobile platforms.
Simulating mobile content with the new Content Simulator
The new Content Simulator allows you to effectively simulate how your Flash content is going to behave on a mobile device. This video demonstrates simulation of events specific to mobile, such as touch and drag, geolocation, and reacting to the accelerometer.
Mobile Apps That Wow
Show: MAX 2011 Develop
Learn how to use Adobe AIR to build apps for mobile platforms such as Android, BlackBerry, and iOS. This session will provide an overview of APIs tuned for mobile use, including Accelerometer for games and Geolocation for location-based services. We'll discuss what makes mobile apps special and how to use the Adobe Flash Platform to deliver awesome experiences on these devices.
Flex Based Enterprise Applications on Tablet Devices
Show: MAX 2011 Develop
Join Michael Chaize, Enterprise Platform evangelist, as he explains why tablet devices are a huge opportunity for enterprise developers, enabling them to take advantage of tablets' capabilities such as high-resolution cameras, geolocation, network connectivity, and more. He will walk through some samples combining Flex and Adobe LiveCycle Collaboration Services to deliver first-class collaborative apps. He will also give you some tips on building a project that can fit on both tablet devices and smartphones.
Mobile Devices as Application Controllers
Show: MAX 2010 Envision
Learn how to set up mobile devices as controllers with Adobe AIR, explore issues you might run into, and discover how to best design desktop applications to interface with one or more devices. When you think beyond the desktop, you are not limited to simply building mobile versions of an application, but rather can take advantage of powerful features like multitouch, geolocation, and accelerometer information. This allows you to add a whole new level of interactivity in scenarios ranging from productivity tools to games to eLearning environments.
Introduction to Adobe AIR for Mobile
Show: MAX 2010 Develop
Learn how to quickly build an entire Google Android application for Adobe AIR from scratch. This session will provide a high-level overview of how to integrate with several device APIs, including the accelerometer for games and geolocation for location-based services. We'll also describe how to package and sell your application on the Google Apps Marketplace. In addition, this session will cover deploying your applications for iOS and the BlackBerry PlayBook.