I’m not a Flash Lite expert. And never write even one line of Flash code.
But i really think Flash is a excellent solution for GUI designing if it can
be used as a part of other technology. I’m always looking on SE Project Capuchin
with hope what one time such functionality will be aviable for Symbian C++
Some time ago i read a good news about MobiFLV project:
MobiFLV is Open Source FLV Player for Symbian ported from libavcodec,
video decoder part of ffmpeg. MobiFLV is written in C and Symbian C++
MobiFLV is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).
But thats Flash Video, what about swf?
I found some old SWF players for S60 2nd ed. So i think SWF player implementation is possible on S60.
Moreother, there is Game SWF project:
gameswf (pronounced "game swiff") is an open source Public Domain
library for parsing and rendering SWF movies, using 3D hardware APIs
for rendering. It is designed to be used as a UI library for computer
and console games.
It is written in C++, and compiles under Windows, Mac OSX and Linux,
using GCC and MSVC. It includes code for rendering with OpenGL. The
rendering module is factored out so that you can port to other APIs.
Sure its functionality enouth to use Flash instead of GUI as Project Capuchin allow to do.
And there lots of other opensource Flash utilities
I’m sure SWF Player algorithm is not top secret, bcs even Delphi have component to play SWF in applications. And perhaps if i spend more time on google, i will find a better framework which can be easy ported to OpenC or even Symbian C++.
With help of
Adobe Open Project we will not have any problem with
I’m I wrong? As I say, i’m not a Flash Lite coder and want clarify that.
Can Flash support be implemented in native Symbian C++? If yes, then what are we waiting for? Sure, Capuchin-like solution for Symbian C++ is much more valuable then many others OpenSource projects and thats be a best Christmas present for me and hundreds other SC++ developers. I’m ready to take part in such project. So, if thats possible to do, why community still not make it?