At WeeWorld we rely quite heavily on the Flash runtime and its excellent vector renderer. However for toady’s post I thought it would be fun to use the Toolkit for CreateJS to export some of our Flash assets to HTML5. Of course, the assets are of no use whatsoever on their own, so I rolled […]

Recently I wrote about several Adobe AIR success stories for iOS. For today’s post I thought I’d focus on the Flash Player and point out just how advanced Flash gaming in the browser has become. Just over a year ago, Adobe introduced access to the GPU via the Stage3D API. Let’s take a look at […]

Although AIR for iOS offers access to the iOS virtual keyboard, you have limited control over the type of keyboard that appears. If you want additional keyboard configurations within your Flash project then you’ll need to build your own custom keyboard component. Although this will require some development effort it will allow you to tailor […]

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Here’s something I’ve been meaning to blog about for well over a year but for one reason or another didn’t get round to it. It’s an HTML5 port of a speedometer app I once wrote using Adobe AIR. I thought it would be a good way of polishing up on my JavaScript and also learn […]


“Really! That was done in Flash?” I’m hearing this quite frequently these days. It’s an extremely positive sign and it validates our own evaluation at WeeWorld that Adobe AIR is a more than viable tool for the creation of mobile games. If you’re still in any doubt then here’s a list of games you should […]