03-07-2011 11:31 PM
Hello and please excuse my noobishness.
Please lead me in the right direction:
I want to somehow develop my application using the familiar stage and environment of Flash CS5. In other words, I want to be able to create a .fla file, and then use HelloWorld.as as the Document Class, and edit the fla file while getting it to work on the playbook. I know I can create apps in Flash, and then compile it using the CMD tools in the SDK, but those are only ActionScript projects.
How do I get a .fla file to compile and run on the playbook, while still using the BB Tablet SDK libraries, like qnx.ui.etc? I want to use Flash CS5 to make my app, while still using the native tablet libraries and all that. I have no idea where to start to get this done. And yes, I have already looked at the HOWTO Compile and Debug without Flash Builder. That compiler, however, can only compile .as files.
Thanks in advance!
03-08-2011 12:07 AM
See the week 2 webcast at the developer resources link:
If you hadn't already registered for these I think you may have to provide your name & email to access the archive. The webcast player has links to the slides. Publishing from Flash and packaging for PlayBook is covered in that webcast, towards the end.
03-08-2011 12:20 AM