[Video] Flash-based video conferencing on Android

There is cool stuff and then some really cool stuff that comes out on Android. This is one is on the ‘really cool’ stuff side. This proof-of-concept video which is:

Built with Flex 4 and deployed on AIR for Android. The Application is just 30 lines of code and allows multiple users to join a chat room and “video chat”.

Video streaming is powered by LiveCycle Collaboration Services, a set of hosted Flash Services that enable developers to easily add real-time collaboration and social capabilities to their applications.

This application is obviously a bare-bones proof of concept. However, it is fully operational, and the same code can run on different runtime environments: AIR for Android, AIR on the Desktop, and Flash Player in the Browser. Users can participate in the same collaboration session regardless of the runtime environment they use.

[via Coenraets.org thru Mobile Crunch]

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About Tony P
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One Response to [Video] Flash-based video conferencing on Android

  1. collin says:

    Thanks to AV Planners for the video conferencing system. Now we can organize several meetings of our business at ease. Moreover the entire cost was really low. Here you go – audio visual miami

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