08-18-2011 06:56 AM
My app is entirely based on pop-ups (the app has no MainScreen and is in the background most of the time), so if a new banner is created for every pop-up, not only may there not be time to load an ad, but I don't want there to be lags every time a dialog comes up.
So, I'd like to create a banner object on the 1st pop-up, show it, then keep a reference to that object for subsequent pop-ups. If there wasn't time for an ad to load during the 1st dialog, I want it to load up in the background and be ready for future pop-ups.
Can a banner object work that way? Basically I want it created, filled, and ready, and then it can be exposed and obscured without having to be recreated or load new content every time it pops back up.
If it has to be added to a Manager for its entire lifetime, then I can keep a reference to its Manager, but when the user closes each dialog, that Manager will be removed from the PopupScreen and kept to be re-added to the next PopupScreen.
If this can't work it will mean I can't use BB ad service with this particular app, so I'm checking in advance.
09-11-2011 06:12 PM
Hi, if you study the PDF docs that came along with the BB Adservices SDK, you'll notice the answers to a couple of questions you asked. I'll summarise them on a per point basis:
Anyways, those are my thoughts. Best of luck in whatever way you settle to solve your specific needs.
09-11-2011 08:18 PM