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Easy way to use native UI in AIR for mobile?

Community Beginner ,
Sep 26, 2015

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Hi, I use Flash CC for mobile gaming, but when I want to create a regular app I need to create my own UI and that takes a lot of time, I have found several components on internet but they require coding, Is there aany components that you can just drag and drop in Flash CC?

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Easy way to use native UI in AIR for mobile?

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Hi, I use Flash CC for mobile gaming, but when I want to create a regular app I need to create my own UI and that takes a lot of time, I have found several components on internet but they require coding, Is there aany components that you can just drag and drop in Flash CC?

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Sep 28, 2015

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Native extensions provide easy access to device-specific libraries and features that are not available in the built-in ActionScript classes. Find the below link:


Native extensions for Adobe AIR | Adobe Developer Connection

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Sep 29, 2015

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Native extensions are great, but they are not very good for UI, I needed something that I just could drag and drop into the Flash CC scene and then compile to Android and iOS, I tried what JankoMarkoDWC3 said it was the closer to what I wanted, I tried it and it mimics the UI of the OS it uses, it's still under development but works very well for what I needed.

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Oct 05, 2015

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Well first off II don't think you're going to find any native extension that is just drag and drop... def takes a bit more than that.

As others have said Native Extensions are not really meant for UI.. but you can use them for some things... alerts, dialogs, random popups...Check out Distriqt they have some that may do what you need. distriqt // air native extensions

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Oct 06, 2015

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I was not looking for native extensions, they do not even have anything to do with what I needed, I used simple components that can be used in Flash CC and they behave just like native controls,

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/airui-native-experience-for-adobe-air-mobile-apps/x/9470229#/

They offer ANE's but I just needed the UI components, and they work well so far, I will post a sample later, thank you all for your help.

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Oct 06, 2015

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Well your title implied other wise... most people consider "native ui" to the actual OS ui that would show up in the app. Glad you found what you were looking for.

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