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12-14-2010 12:10 PM
Yeah, that is pretty much what I figured I would do, make changes locally and then upload new version soon.
I look forward to hearing from people who get approved/accepted, that will be very exciting and interesting to read.
12-14-2010 01:08 PM
12-15-2010 07:43 AM
12-15-2010 09:03 AM
the rule of thumb so far is that the QNX controls have been optimized for touch screen gestures and peformance. MXML does provide an easier structure for both design and code but using any part of the QNX libraries is going to be tough. There are work arounds but i dont know if they are worth the extra coding. also your file size will be a lot smaller if you use strictly ActionScript 3 coding vs MXML based. that being said im sticking with strictly AS3 code because my theory is that its going to be more funcitonal a lighter compared to MXML. but its really up to you to decide whats easier for you. my recommendation is to try both and see which one suits you more and stick with that one. hope that sheds some light. good luck!
12-15-2010 09:23 AM
I will protopype first the UI in a tool and so have a clear view of that part, as I used to use and designer to prototype, why my question here.
And start using only qnx, so I will learn more stuff with that.