hyp-system-last

OpenFl native (Android / iOS) toolkit - this is cloned version from hyperfiction github, it's last version (01/06/2016)
https://github.com/hyperfiction/HypSystem

To install, run:

haxelib install hyp-system-last 0.2.4 

See using Haxelib in Haxelib documentation for more information.

README.md

HypSystem

A native extension for OpenFL

This extensions contains a bunch of tools methods for iOS & Android.

Installation

There is an [include.nmml]() file and the [ndll]() are compiled for: ios armv6 ios armv7 ios simulator android armv6

Recompiling

For recompiling the native extensions just use the sh files contained in the project folder.

Basic reference

The NetworkInfos class:

[isConnected](): Does the device has a active connection of any type.

[getConnectionType](): Get the type of the active connection (NONE / WIFI / MOBILE)

[isWifi](): Allow to test if active connection is of Wifi type.

[listen]():The extension listen for connectivity status change.

The Device class:

getName: Return the device name on iOS (example: Bob's iPad), the device model name on Android (Example : Nexus 4)

getUuid: Return the device uuid. It's not using the device uuid, but a generated uuid for both platforms.

getLanguageCode: Return the device language code.

getScreenHeight: Return the device screen height.

getScreenWidth: Return the device screen width.

getScaleFactor: Return the screen scale factor.

isTablet: Return true if the current device is a tablet.

The Android platform class (hypsystem.system.platform.Android)

getScreenBucket: Return the screen bucket of the device. (ldpi/mdpi/hdpi/xhdpi/xxhdpi)

dpToPx: Convert a DP value to pixels

getUDID: Return the device UDID.

The DateTools class (hypsystem.system.DateTools)

Adding ISO & UTF date support to haxe by using native methods (iOS & Android)

Made at Hyperfiction

hyperfiction.fr

Developed by : Johann Martinache @shoe_box

License

This work is under BSD simplified License.

Contributors
shoebox
Mystraht
Version
0.2.4
Published
2 years ago
License
MIT

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