IN THIS CHAPTER
Screens is fairly straightforward. Adobe® AIR™ exposes an application programming interface (API) (
flash.display.Screen) that enables you to determine the visual real estate of the runtime environment, such as the number of
Screens available, their dimensions (or bounds), and a
Screen’s usable space.
We’ll step through a number of examples to highlight the inner workings of
Screens, but first we need to lock down the concept of the virtual desktop in Adobe AIR.
Whether a user has one or an array ...