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    Android Flash Player

    As of writing, Flash Player 11 is available for Android: Flash Player for Android

    Although, if you want to make apps for Android, i suggest using Adobe Air instead.
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    Google Play

    Yes, you can submit Air apps to Google Play. Google Play only cares about the final .apk file you submit & Adobe Air can produce those for Android! :)

    You must also register as a Google Play...
  3. Adobe Air

    You can makes apps in Adobe Air - your apps will work on Android, iOS & Blackberry (now available).

    I suggest you download a good AS3 editor (FlashDevelop): http://www.flashdevelop.org/

    And the...
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    Adobe Air for Blackberry

    You might be interested to know Adobe has released Air SDK for Playbook and beta Air for Blackberry 10: https://developer.blackberry.com/air/
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    bin/ directory

    You just need one main swf but you can have multiple swfs.

    Just make sure to include the all the swfs you're loading in to the bin/ directory, so they're also packaged-in when you build.
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  6. user-agent

    You can check the browser "user-agent" and redirect if it's for Android.

    This is really an issue for the server-side script and not Flash.

    Here's a link with a list of mobile user-agents to...
  7. application.xml

    Look in application.xml, node name "versionNumber".

    e.g.:

    <versionNumber>1.0.1</versionNumber>

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    pirates game
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    You need a mindset-shift when working in...

    You need a mindset-shift when working in Flash/AS3.

    You could render pixel-by-pixel the png to the screen (like you said) or you could just do:


    var myPng:Sprite = new...
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    Fair point.

    You make a fair point.

    From my understanding when you use MXML you still have to use actionscript. Actionscript is the programming language and mxml documents are used to layout and hook trigger...
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