Android is an operating system for mobile devices developed by Open Handset Alliance (or Google) and brings the linux experience to the mobile world in a Google way. Over the next few months, more and more Android powered devices will be available on the market from the mobile phone to the media players leveraging Android for the user interface.
This session explores the similarities and differences between the platforms, for existing Flash (Lite) developers. How you can recreate the Flashy user experience on Android and what are pitfalls of switching to Android. The session will be based around an existing Flash Lite interface project, which was converted to run under Android. And discusses the encountered problems during the conversion process.
The presentation is for existing Flash (Lite) developers who want to make the step to Android and learn the similarities and differences of Android.
The attendees of this presentation will have a better insight in the complications of using Android and how their existing Flash (Lite) knowledge can be applied to new Android development projects.