My online photo album has been made into an Android app and I’ve submitted it to the play store. Download the app to your phone!
When working with ListViews or GridViews inside Android apps, you may need to load dynamic content, such as photos, from the web into these views. If you’re not multi-threading your UI will hang. This is because everything is running on a single thread and the latency of the network will make your app unresponsive. Most […]
I’ve been spending some time with Robotlegs these days. I find it great to use and coming from PureMVC it was relatively easy to get the basics down. What really helped me out a lot was Joel Hooks posts: http://joelhooks.com/2011/03/12/an-introduction-to-robotlegs-as3-part-1-context-and-mediators/ http://joelhooks.com/2011/03/12/an-introduction-to-robotlegs-as3-part-2-models/ http://joelhooks.com/2011/03/12/an-introduction-to-robotlegs-as3-part-3-services/ And for working with Signals in RL: http://joelhooks.com/2010/02/14/robotlegs-as3-signals-and-the-signalcommandmap-example/ I’ve created a simple app to […]
Malcolm Gladwell writes in his book, “Outliers”, about how long it takes to become really good at anything complex, from building a gigantic software company to becoming a legendary musician. Researchers say it’s 10,000 hours. How long is that? You can find out below..
There’s a useful function inside the MoveClip class (AS3) that will add script inside a Movieclip on a specific frame without actually having to add it manually to the timeline. This is great if, say you have someone working purely on animation and then someone else working on the interface to hold/play/control the animation. A lot of […]
I worked on a couple projects a while back that required a stopwatch (or timer) to keep track of time in a game, so I made this StopWatch class. Found it very helpful so I wanna share it. Besides the basic functions of starting, stopping, and resetting, you can also pass in a TextFormat object to change the formatting of the text, get the time in […]
I started learning Japanese not too long ago and to help me with my studies I made a small app to familiarize myself with the Hiragana and Katakana characters. It proved to be very useful while waiting for the bus, taking the train, etc. Here’s some screen shots: You can choose to randomly display the characters for each […]