jp at zavteq.com
Tue Aug 28 16:09:31 CEST 2012
I'll get slammed for saying this, but Adobe AIR can also be compiled
down to an .apk and run natively on Android. You could write
something in AS3 or the Flex Framework (now on Apache 4.8 release) and
run it there. It's very accessible and quick to learn, however there
are a lot of caveats (but that's with any language).
On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 12:06 AM, Kumar McMillan
<kumar.mcmillan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 5:45 PM, Daniel Peters <danieltpeters at gmail.com>
>> I'm about to dive into some android development and could use any advice
>> or suggestions on a solid primer on java. I've never written a line of it
>> and the brief bit of googling I've done has left me overwhelmed on where to
>> start. So aside from the obvious ("Don't"), what would you say to a python
>> programmer about to get into java chipy?
> Hey Daniel.
> You should forget Java and use PhoneGap http://phonegap.com/ The side effect
> is that you'll also have an iOS app when you're done ;) These proprietary
> stacks need to die. You might run into issues where you have to go a native
> route but it's worth a try first to see how far you get.
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