Local Microphone Access Feature with AIR for Android

Posted on August 9, 2010 | Comments Off

One of the features in Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2.0 is developers now have access to the microphone sound bytes. I created an AIR 2.0 application for the release demonstrating how to use this feature. Originally I created the application with Flex 3 and have since ported it to Flex 4. In this process the application was first developed for the desktop at a screen resolution of 460×210. What I wanted is to have a way to have this application look the same on different devices. As part of my exploratory talk for Riapalooza I came up with a way to scale an application with out having to modified the application code. It also keeps track of scaled content that doesn’t fit into the new form factor.

The best way to explain what I am talking about is to show you. You can catch the video below that demonstrates the scaling concept as well as demos the Microphone feature working on the Nexus One.

Here is the video:

Local Microphone Access Feature with AIR for Android from Renaun Erickson on Vimeo.