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1Feb/106

Create Flex/AS3 applications for Mobile Devices

elips-studio-3-boxYup! Flex Apps on your mobile. And I'm not talking about Flash Lite and you won't need CS5 either.
ELIPS Studio converts the Flex code in native code for Windows Mobile, Symbian, Android, iPhone and mass-market mobiles. It's still beta and you have to register for a beta account to get it but I think will do wonders for the mobile dev. world.

And in their words:

"ELIPS Studio 3 is a plug-in for Adobe Flex Builder, a widely used IDE for internet & desktop application. Our plug-in allows Flex to go mobile!

The product offers a mobile-optimized Flex Framework, plus numerous Flex extensions, including mobile UI components & access to mobile device features (voice call, SMS, access to calendar and contacts, to the camera, etc.)

The product includes a form-factor device simulator allowing you to see your application behavior on different devices. It also includes a network simulator allowing to generate calls, SMS, etc."

So..get it while it's hot 🙂

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  1. it’s really working 🙂
    I have tried it, it’s quite easy to build UI and also to link it with the services. If you like developing applications for mobile platforms you should definitely try Elips 3.0, you’ll deploy your application for different platforms in a minute, and the most important thing is that it will run in native, so you’ll get more money because you can sell it on Android Market, Apple AppStore, etc.
    When I used it, it didn’t covered many classes from Flex, but with what they provided you could have built nice apps.
    Also their support on forum is very professional, and they answer to you very fast ( http://developer.openplug.com/ ).

    Enjoy 😉

  2. it`s a great news that flash player is available on phones

    • flash player is available on phones for some time now. this tool compiles the app you write in flex in the phone native code. so it’s not running in a flash player instance on the phone. it will be a app like any other after you build it. give it a try, it comes with a emulator where you can test it (look a bit weird though).

  3. thank you for this post .. i appreciate your effort 🙂

  4. really helpful.. thanks for ur post…

  5. I am looking for data on how many mobile devices are currently connected to the Internet and estimates for future projections.


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