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I'm doing this University project, we're making Android apps in Flash.
We've decided to load images and text through XML.
The images would also be in an images folder.
Everything works fine when in Flash and as an SWF.
Of course the SWF would only work if those files imported, including the XML and Parser.as would be in the right locations.
When "rendering" the final app installation how does one make sure that the XML, Parser.as and images folder, complete with images, are sent to the phone too so that it works how it would when on the computer?
Is this even possible? Perhaps we're doing something which isn't possible.
Please let me know, thanks!
Parser.as would be included automatically when the project is built since it is code, and doesn't get accessed directly at runtime. The xml/image files however should be added to the project's "Included Files", that way they will get compiled into the apk.
Make sure when loading you use a local path (./images/android.jpg) over a direct path (C:/Users/Desktop)
I haven't built an android app before, but it looks like it is treated just like an AIR app is, so that should work :)