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Using screen orientation APIs for smartphone with Adobe Air

07 Jun
stage.addEventListener(
StageOrientationEvent.ORIENTATION_CHANGING, onOrientationChanging );
stage.addEventListener( StageOrientationEvent.ORIENTATION_CHANGE,
onOrientationChange );
 
function onOrientationChanging( event:StageOrientationEvent ):void
{
    trace("The current orientation is "
       + event.beforeOrientation + " and is about to change to " +
       event.afterOrientation );
}
 
function onOrientationChange( event:StageOrientationEvent ):void
{
    trace("The orientation was " + event.beforeOrientation + " and is now " + event.afterOrientation );
}

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2 Comments

Posted by on June 7, 2011 in Action Script3, Adobe Air, iPhone

 

2 responses to “Using screen orientation APIs for smartphone with Adobe Air

  1. sid

    June 28, 2011 at 10:02 am

    Hello,

    I have started developing Adobe AIR 2.6 applications for iphones and android mobiles.
    Everything works generally but I have designing issues.
    Like I have developed one screen perfectly for iphone 3Gs and on device it also looks exactly same.
    But when I run run that application on iphone 4G everything gets shrink.
    Means my application gets scaled. I came to know that iphone 4 uses ratina display kind of thing so resolution gets double that’s why this scaling occurs.

    So do you help me to get idea how to design the fluid layout that looks the same on all devices.

    Any hint or reference is appreciated.

     
    • flashpri

      June 29, 2011 at 12:39 am

      Hello Bhavin,

      If you use flash platform than you have to use 640 x 960 OR 960 x 640 ( height and width) for ratina display

      if you use xCode than

      You need to use 2x image for 4G i mean you have to use double size of image for that.
      for e.g if your button image is 80 x 50(mybutton.png) than you must use 160 x 100 (mybutton@2x.png)

      So nothing to change in code, you need to add @2x.png images in your aaps
      sendBtn.pgn
      sendBtn@2x.png

      cancelBtn.png
      cancelBtn@2x.png

      Just import this @2x.png images in your aaps with right click on references folder than click on add existing files…
      and selected all @2x.png files. 0 line code for this.
      And build it.. Enjoy dear.

      If you hv any problem than contact me. I will help you… my cell +91 9099795049

       

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