• ANE-LAB Helps You Implement Any AIR Native Extension

    What Is ANE-LAB And What Does It Do? Implementing any AIR Native Extension in your AIR projects sometimes can be very confusing and frustrating. Some ANEs have many manifest .xml setup. Some of them have many dependencies which often are missed. Some of them have external *.framework dependencies and some of them have resource files. …

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  • Create A Simple Augmented Reality Video Player using The Wikitude JavaScript API

      So you like to learn how to use the Wikitude JavaScript API? You’re in the right place then! In this tutorial we get you familiar with the Wikitude’s JS API by creating a simple Augmented Reality Video Player. So we assume that you already have implemented the Wikitude’s SDK into your app successfully (the Augmented …

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  • Introduction to Augmented Reality ANE

    The AR technology has always been interesting since its early days and have been used in many different fields not just games. It’s super useful in traveling, real estates, magazines businesses and many other samples. As the time passes, more developers are using this technology to develop brilliant applications. Maybe one of the most interesting …

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  • How to efficiently override native methods in AIR Native Extensions

      Developing AIR Native Extensions is fun but there are times when things can get too messy (if you’re not familiar how to handle it!) especially when your project requires several ANEs. These ANEs may conflict with each other in obvious or hidden ways. Obvious conflicts are the easy ones, you can just rename your …

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  • The Only Complete and Easy-to-use Firebase ANEs Collection

    You’re already familiar with Firebase ANE collection, and may be using them right now inside your AIR apps. In Google words:   On July of 2016 which we started the Firebase Adobe AIR Native Extensions Collection project, not so many AIR devs knew about one of the coolest Google’s projects! That’s right, I’m talking about the …

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  • How to get an Adobe AIR unique device id

    There are many reasons why you would need to track your application users. But unfortunately there isn’t such an API available in Adobe AIR. In our recent development, we needed to identify our users based on their devices. We were searching for an Adobe AIR Unique Device ID to somehow be able to identify users …

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  • Happy 2017 April fool’s day!

    Did you really think we are going to stop supporting the AIR community? Of course we are NOT 🙂 The fact is that we are more powerful than ever before. We have more than a thousand users and club members whom are using our ANEs in their applications. We totally understand that AIR developers are …

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  • Custom icon & sound for FCM Air Native Extension

    FCM (Firebase Cloud Messaging) is one of the coolest features in the Firebase ANE collection because it gives you the power to reach out to your users easily to let them know about your app’s latest news. In our former blog we talked about how you can send FCM messages from your server by simulating …

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  • How to debug Air Native Extensions

    AIR Native Extensions have been around for years. If you have been using them, you might have faced some debugging problems where your app is crashing with no obvious reasons. You might spend a lot of time trying to figure out what could be wrong in your setup before you would notice that you have …

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  • Generate SHA signing certificate fingerprints on AIR apps

    When developing mobile applications you would sometimes need the SHA-1 or SHA-256 signing certificate fingerprints. These are required for security reasons and are usually used when dealing with Android apps. There are a lot of articles and different tools available online for obtaining these values but today I am going to share with you an …

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