PhillyGeekCentral is an extension of the Philadelphia Flash Platform Adobe User Group or PFPAUG. It provides a direct mobile view of the latest blog entries, news and updates from the PFPAUG site, including the next upcoming meetings and events, along with quick links to get more information about the next event and to RSVP when required.
PhillyGeekCentral Android is a port of the PhillyGeekCentral iOS/iPhone app designed originally for the Philadelphia Flash Platform Adobe User Group - http://www.pfpaug.org/
Version 1.0 of PhillyGeekCentral for Android was created in Flash CS5 using ActionScript 3 and Adobe AIR 2.5 for Android. Like its iPhone counterpart, it also includes new branding and revised underlying framework so that we can begin supporting and including information from additional Philadelphia based User Groups.
We will be targeting some additional visual enhancements and performance improvements in version 1.1, and then in 1.2 we will introduce full support for additional user groups in the Philadelphia, PA and surrounding areas.
This application is a complete rewrite of the PFPAUG application by Robert M. Hall, which was originally based on a modification by Robert M. Hall of the application flexughh, an open source Objective-C iPhone application written by Jens Krause of the Adobe Flex User Group in Hamburg, Germany. The source code is available at: http://github.com/sectore/flexughh-iphone/
The Flash CS5/ActionScript 3 source for both Android and iOS versions will be available soon under and MIT license at:
Initial release to Market - Tested on Nexus One