How to protect Flash Lite content with OMA DRM 1.0 Forward Lock for Symbian SIS installersarticle, Development, Flash Lite, Tutorials

by Kuneri on 08/05/2009 with 2 comments

Alessandro found a great solution to protect Flash Lite content with OMA DRM 1.0 forward lock for S60 Symbian SIS installers, and prepared a tutorial. Kudos! The idea is pretty simple but it took sometime to get it done for several reasons. It involves creating a new file in PIP format which contains other files. …

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Upload your pictures to Flickr with geotagging using Flash Liteapplication, article, Development, Flash Lite, KuneriLite, Mobile, S60, Tutorials

by Kuneri on 27/06/2008 with Comments Off on Upload your pictures to Flickr with geotagging using Flash Lite comments

Alessandro did it again and created a great article together with sample code and application FliKun. With FliKun, you can upload any picture from your Nokia S60 phone to Flickr with GeoTagging, with Flash Lite and KuneriLite! Today, we’ll see how it’s possible to build a Flickr uploader in FlashLite using KuneriLite, geotagging them with …

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Displaying GPS position in FlashLite using Google Static Maps and KuneriLitearticle, Development, Flash Lite, KuneriLite, Tutorials

by Kuneri on 12/06/2008 with 2 comments

Alessandro has a great step-by-step tutorial about creating an application displaying current GPS position with Flash Lite and KuneriLite. Today’s tutorial is about using Google Maps static images, and GPS data, to display maps in a FlashLite application using KuneriLite. There are also source codes and installation package available. Check it out! All thanks go …

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The pain of Flash Lite 3.0Adobe, article, Development, Flash Lite, Forum Nokia, ideas, KuneriLite, Mobile, Nokia, product, S60, Symbian Signed

by Kuneri on 13/05/2008 with 49 comments

Usually, when new version of a software is released, we cheer, considering things will get better and easier. As we were expecting things would be easier for developers, we cheered up for Flash Lite 3.0’s features, however that couldn’t be more than wrong and it turned out to be a big pain for us. Moreover, …

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Using Camera and Uploading files with Flash Litearticle, Design, Development, Flash Lite, KuneriLite, Tutorials

by Kuneri on 09/05/2008 with 1 comments

Pasi created this wonderful article, showing how to use device camera to take pictures, resize them and upload to a remote web server with Flash Lite using KuneriLite. You can download and use the application on your Flash Lite 2.x or Flash Lite 3.0 enabled device. Pasi also published source codes, which can provide a …

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Play FLV video with Flash Lite 3 & Flash Media Server 3article, Flash Lite, Tutorials, video

by Kuneri on 28/03/2008 with Comments Off on Play FLV video with Flash Lite 3 & Flash Media Server 3 comments

Just saw that Pasi has a nice article telling step by step how to setup a system to play FLV and live video with Flash Lite 3.0 and Flash Media Server 3. Install Flash Media Server 3 (download developer version) There are a few sample FLV files in applications/vod/media folder, so you can use one …

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Designing for the Mobile Webarticle, Mobile, Tutorials, web

by Kuneri on 22/03/2008 with 5 comments

Eventhough we love Flash Lite, mobile web is still the only solution to reach most people out there. Whatever application or service you create, there has to be a ‘Web side’ to make it a complete service. I just spotted a nice article on SitePoint giving cool tips on how to create mobile web sites. …

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Forecasted Installed Base of Flash Lite Devices by Region, Country and VersionAdobe, article, Flash Lite, statistics

by Jukka on 12/01/2008 with Comments Off on Forecasted Installed Base of Flash Lite Devices by Region, Country and Version comments

Adobe had published a complete breakdown of the forecasted installed base of Flash Lite devices by region, country and version. The information in the PDF is extracted from the Strategy Analytics Flash-Enabled Handset Forecast from January 4, 2008 and provides metrics for the forecasted installed base of Flash Lite devices for the years 2007 and …

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