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I presented the Adobe AIR runtime for Android at the "Over the AIR" event in London. Thanks to the Flash Platform, you can easily create first-class applications on Android. More information on my......

I presented the Adobe AIR runtime for Android at the "Over the AIR" event in London. Thanks to the Flash Platform, you can easily create first-class applications on Android. More information on my blog www.riagora.com

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  • OSP partners to date are listed here – close to 70 industry leaders in the mobile, PC, and TV space Span all key parts of the value chain Chipset/silicon vendors World’s leading handset and device OEMs Carriers Content providers We’ve added many new members to the OSP since MAX – continuing to see strong participation by technology partners. Now focus has recently shifted to seeing a lot more energy on the content partners, who are working with the developer beta of our runtimes to make sure their content works, and to provide improved experiences for those using devices on the Flash Platform.
  • One of the most important changes to our strategy is the delivery mechanism. Typically mobile phones ship with software from the factory, and typically this software is not updated during the lifetime of the device. Flash drives innovation on the web, and to bring this to mobile phones we require that the player can be updated seamlessly So using the device application stores, and Adobe.com we will distribute and upgrade the Flash Player over-the-air This process will begin in the next few months, starting with Android devices
  • Delivering the new runtime for mobile phones requires a set of new features and investments. We have completed a huge amount of engineering to increase performance and use less memory on devices. As well as that, the new runtime supports features that are common on these new mobile platforms. We have added multi-touch support, Accelerometer, and new APIs for globalization, error handling and text input
  • Mobile text input A virtual keyboard is automatically raised and lowered in response to focus changes on text fields when editing text on mobile devices supporting a virtual keyboard to enable unobstructed and intuitive text editing. The focused text field is centered in the visible region of the page and appropriately zoomed/scrolled to ensure it is not obscured by the virtual keyboard. Upon screen rotation, incoming calls, or other system events, any already existing text input is retained. The virtual keyboard works with TextField but does not currently work with the Text Layout Framework or other Flash Text Engine text. Multi-touch and gestures Create multi-touch aware content for a wide range of devices and multi-touch capable machines running Microsoft Windows 7. Interact with multiple objects simultaneously or work with native gestures, such as pinch, scroll, rotate, scale and two-finger tap. Multi-touch support in Flash Player 10.1 is not available for Android. Accelerometer input A new Accelerometer class allows developers to read acceleration values in X, Y and Z axes from native device accelerometer sensors in ActionScript. Optimized SWF management for mobile (Mobile only) Flash Player 10.1 optimizes SWF loading and playback for mobile CPU and memory limitations to provide a better user experience. Instances are loaded or deferred based on SWF priority, visibility and available memory and CPU resources to enable more immediate browsing experiences without waiting for every SWF on a page to load. Developers can indicate SWF priority through a new HTML parameter, hasPriority. Deferred instances are loaded after the HTML page load is complete, and offscreen and invisible instances are started when they become visible. Flash Player will also automatically pause SWF playback it is not in view or the foreground application, for example when a call is received or alarm goes off, to reduce CPU utilization, battery usage and memory usage. Sleep mode (Mobile only) The Flash Player timer slows down when the mobile device goes into screen-saver or similar mode to reduce CPU and battery consumption on mobile devices. The timer returns to the default setting when a wake-up event is triggered. There is no interruption in audio/video playback. Incoming phone calls pause Flash Player. Graphics hardware acceleration (Mobile only) A GPU-based vector renderer replaces the software renderer on smartphones and other mobile devices, resulting in faster rendering performance for more expressive user experiences while consuming less power. Supports hardware acceleration of all rendering, including vector graphics, bitmaps, 3D effects, filters, color transforms, alpha, device and embedded text, Saffron type, and cacheAsBitmap. Implementation of graphics hardware acceleration will be dependent on the graphics silicon vendor of the device. This feature is not available for Android devices. H.264 video hardware decoding Flash Player 10.1 introduces hardware-based H.264 video decoding to deliver smooth, high quality video with minimal overhead across supported mobile devices and PCs. Using available hardware to decode video offloads tasks from the CPU, improving video playback performance, reducing system resource utilization, and preserving battery life. H.264 video hardware acceleration is not supported on the Nexus One at this time.
  • Mobile text input A virtual keyboard is automatically raised and lowered in response to focus changes on text fields when editing text on mobile devices supporting a virtual keyboard to enable unobstructed and intuitive text editing. The focused text field is centered in the visible region of the page and appropriately zoomed/scrolled to ensure it is not obscured by the virtual keyboard. Upon screen rotation, incoming calls, or other system events, any already existing text input is retained. The virtual keyboard works with TextField but does not currently work with the Text Layout Framework or other Flash Text Engine text. Multi-touch and gestures Create multi-touch aware content for a wide range of devices and multi-touch capable machines running Microsoft Windows 7. Interact with multiple objects simultaneously or work with native gestures, such as pinch, scroll, rotate, scale and two-finger tap. Multi-touch support in Flash Player 10.1 is not available for Android. Accelerometer input A new Accelerometer class allows developers to read acceleration values in X, Y and Z axes from native device accelerometer sensors in ActionScript. Optimized SWF management for mobile (Mobile only) Flash Player 10.1 optimizes SWF loading and playback for mobile CPU and memory limitations to provide a better user experience. Instances are loaded or deferred based on SWF priority, visibility and available memory and CPU resources to enable more immediate browsing experiences without waiting for every SWF on a page to load. Developers can indicate SWF priority through a new HTML parameter, hasPriority. Deferred instances are loaded after the HTML page load is complete, and offscreen and invisible instances are started when they become visible. Flash Player will also automatically pause SWF playback it is not in view or the foreground application, for example when a call is received or alarm goes off, to reduce CPU utilization, battery usage and memory usage. Sleep mode (Mobile only) The Flash Player timer slows down when the mobile device goes into screen-saver or similar mode to reduce CPU and battery consumption on mobile devices. The timer returns to the default setting when a wake-up event is triggered. There is no interruption in audio/video playback. Incoming phone calls pause Flash Player. Graphics hardware acceleration (Mobile only) A GPU-based vector renderer replaces the software renderer on smartphones and other mobile devices, resulting in faster rendering performance for more expressive user experiences while consuming less power. Supports hardware acceleration of all rendering, including vector graphics, bitmaps, 3D effects, filters, color transforms, alpha, device and embedded text, Saffron type, and cacheAsBitmap. Implementation of graphics hardware acceleration will be dependent on the graphics silicon vendor of the device. This feature is not available for Android devices. H.264 video hardware decoding Flash Player 10.1 introduces hardware-based H.264 video decoding to deliver smooth, high quality video with minimal overhead across supported mobile devices and PCs. Using available hardware to decode video offloads tasks from the CPU, improving video playback performance, reducing system resource utilization, and preserving battery life. H.264 video hardware acceleration is not supported on the Nexus One at this time.
  • Mobile text input A virtual keyboard is automatically raised and lowered in response to focus changes on text fields when editing text on mobile devices supporting a virtual keyboard to enable unobstructed and intuitive text editing. The focused text field is centered in the visible region of the page and appropriately zoomed/scrolled to ensure it is not obscured by the virtual keyboard. Upon screen rotation, incoming calls, or other system events, any already existing text input is retained. The virtual keyboard works with TextField but does not currently work with the Text Layout Framework or other Flash Text Engine text. Multi-touch and gestures Create multi-touch aware content for a wide range of devices and multi-touch capable machines running Microsoft Windows 7. Interact with multiple objects simultaneously or work with native gestures, such as pinch, scroll, rotate, scale and two-finger tap. Multi-touch support in Flash Player 10.1 is not available for Android. Accelerometer input A new Accelerometer class allows developers to read acceleration values in X, Y and Z axes from native device accelerometer sensors in ActionScript. Optimized SWF management for mobile (Mobile only) Flash Player 10.1 optimizes SWF loading and playback for mobile CPU and memory limitations to provide a better user experience. Instances are loaded or deferred based on SWF priority, visibility and available memory and CPU resources to enable more immediate browsing experiences without waiting for every SWF on a page to load. Developers can indicate SWF priority through a new HTML parameter, hasPriority. Deferred instances are loaded after the HTML page load is complete, and offscreen and invisible instances are started when they become visible. Flash Player will also automatically pause SWF playback it is not in view or the foreground application, for example when a call is received or alarm goes off, to reduce CPU utilization, battery usage and memory usage. Sleep mode (Mobile only) The Flash Player timer slows down when the mobile device goes into screen-saver or similar mode to reduce CPU and battery consumption on mobile devices. The timer returns to the default setting when a wake-up event is triggered. There is no interruption in audio/video playback. Incoming phone calls pause Flash Player. Graphics hardware acceleration (Mobile only) A GPU-based vector renderer replaces the software renderer on smartphones and other mobile devices, resulting in faster rendering performance for more expressive user experiences while consuming less power. Supports hardware acceleration of all rendering, including vector graphics, bitmaps, 3D effects, filters, color transforms, alpha, device and embedded text, Saffron type, and cacheAsBitmap. Implementation of graphics hardware acceleration will be dependent on the graphics silicon vendor of the device. This feature is not available for Android devices. H.264 video hardware decoding Flash Player 10.1 introduces hardware-based H.264 video decoding to deliver smooth, high quality video with minimal overhead across supported mobile devices and PCs. Using available hardware to decode video offloads tasks from the CPU, improving video playback performance, reducing system resource utilization, and preserving battery life. H.264 video hardware acceleration is not supported on the Nexus One at this time.
  • Mobile text input A virtual keyboard is automatically raised and lowered in response to focus changes on text fields when editing text on mobile devices supporting a virtual keyboard to enable unobstructed and intuitive text editing. The focused text field is centered in the visible region of the page and appropriately zoomed/scrolled to ensure it is not obscured by the virtual keyboard. Upon screen rotation, incoming calls, or other system events, any already existing text input is retained. The virtual keyboard works with TextField but does not currently work with the Text Layout Framework or other Flash Text Engine text. Multi-touch and gestures Create multi-touch aware content for a wide range of devices and multi-touch capable machines running Microsoft Windows 7. Interact with multiple objects simultaneously or work with native gestures, such as pinch, scroll, rotate, scale and two-finger tap. Multi-touch support in Flash Player 10.1 is not available for Android. Accelerometer input A new Accelerometer class allows developers to read acceleration values in X, Y and Z axes from native device accelerometer sensors in ActionScript. Optimized SWF management for mobile (Mobile only) Flash Player 10.1 optimizes SWF loading and playback for mobile CPU and memory limitations to provide a better user experience. Instances are loaded or deferred based on SWF priority, visibility and available memory and CPU resources to enable more immediate browsing experiences without waiting for every SWF on a page to load. Developers can indicate SWF priority through a new HTML parameter, hasPriority. Deferred instances are loaded after the HTML page load is complete, and offscreen and invisible instances are started when they become visible. Flash Player will also automatically pause SWF playback it is not in view or the foreground application, for example when a call is received or alarm goes off, to reduce CPU utilization, battery usage and memory usage. Sleep mode (Mobile only) The Flash Player timer slows down when the mobile device goes into screen-saver or similar mode to reduce CPU and battery consumption on mobile devices. The timer returns to the default setting when a wake-up event is triggered. There is no interruption in audio/video playback. Incoming phone calls pause Flash Player. Graphics hardware acceleration (Mobile only) A GPU-based vector renderer replaces the software renderer on smartphones and other mobile devices, resulting in faster rendering performance for more expressive user experiences while consuming less power. Supports hardware acceleration of all rendering, including vector graphics, bitmaps, 3D effects, filters, color transforms, alpha, device and embedded text, Saffron type, and cacheAsBitmap. Implementation of graphics hardware acceleration will be dependent on the graphics silicon vendor of the device. This feature is not available for Android devices. H.264 video hardware decoding Flash Player 10.1 introduces hardware-based H.264 video decoding to deliver smooth, high quality video with minimal overhead across supported mobile devices and PCs. Using available hardware to decode video offloads tasks from the CPU, improving video playback performance, reducing system resource utilization, and preserving battery life. H.264 video hardware acceleration is not supported on the Nexus One at this time.
  • Adobe AIR is another runtime in the Flash Platform that has been extended to mobile platforms In fact this year we intend to bring AIR to Android devices, and enable you to repackage these applications for the iPhone With Adobe AIR you can take advantage of more platform specific features, such as Geolocation and File access and distribute these applications through applications stores Ultimately being able to monetize your applications is very important, and we believe that having the choice of browser or standalone distribution is hugely beneficial
  • Delivering the new runtime for mobile phones requires a set of new features and investments. We have completed a huge amount of engineering to increase performance and use less memory on devices. As well as that, the new runtime supports features that are common on these new mobile platforms. We have added multi-touch support, Accelerometer, and new APIs for globalization, error handling and text input
  • Get the Android SDK: http://developer.android.com/sdk Allows you to create and install apps on your device (Android SDK Manager, ADB, DDMS etc.)
  • Text engine Code snippets panel Spring for bones Builder integration (after FB)
  • Today AIR enables developers and designers to create applications for Windows/Mac and Linux computers To install applications we can use the .AIR package format for applications that can run across all platforms With AIR 2.0 it’s also possible to use native code, and so we have enabled AIR applications to be packaged in .exe or .dmg files. Mobile devices will also use their native package formats, like apk for Android For the most part these will require no extra effort for you, they merely ensure that you can distribute your applications in AppStores today.
  • Today AIR enables developers and designers to create applications for Windows/Mac and Linux computers To install applications we can use the .AIR package format for applications that can run across all platforms With AIR 2.0 it’s also possible to use native code, and so we have enabled AIR applications to be packaged in .exe or .dmg files. Mobile devices will also use their native package formats, like apk for Android For the most part these will require no extra effort for you, they merely ensure that you can distribute your applications in AppStores today.