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Using the AppBrain SDK in Adobe AIR

To use the AppBrain SDK from an Adobe AIR app you can use our Adobe AIR native extension. This ANE-file is used in your project instead of the usual AppBrain JAR.

Setting up your app

  • Contact us at contact@appbrain.com to get the AppBrain AIR native extension (ANE) file.
  • Add the file appbrain-sdk.ane to your project (see Adobe documentation).

In your Adobe AIR Application Descriptor File, find the <android> tag and make sure the following two permissions are enabled inside the <manifest> tag:

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE" />

Then add the necessary AppBrain tags. These need to be inside the <application> tag, so if the <application> tag isn’t present yet, add it:

    android:debuggable="true" >
    <!-- AppBrain SDK -->
        android:configChanges="keyboard|keyboardHidden|orientation|screenLayout|uiMode|screenSize|smallestScreenSize" />
    <service android:name="com.appbrain.AppBrainService" />
        android:permission="android.permission.BIND_JOB_SERVICE" />
        android:exported="true" >
            <action android:name="com.android.vending.INSTALL_REFERRER" />

Calling AppBrain functions

Now you can call AppBrain methods from your ActionScript code. Make sure to call init() the moment your application starts:

var appBrain:AppBrainExtension = new AppBrainExtension();

It is recommended to show the interstitial when your app exits. You can do this by calling:


Note that the AppBrain AIR extension is currently in beta stage and other features may still be missing.