Requirements

Prerequisite knowledge

A Behance profile is required to upload your AIR Android app or AIR Native Extension files for submission.

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This page lists the guidelines to submit your work to Adobe Flash and AIR Platforms Showcase Gallery. You need a Behance profile to submit your Flash/AIR apps or AIR Native Extensions to Adobe. Upload the videos, screenshots, project files, and add metadata and description in a new Behance project as per the guidelines and then share the Behance project link with us. Adobe Flash and AIR Platforms Showcase Gallery is a highly curated list and therefore a submission does not guarantee that your work will feature on the site. We will get in touch with you once the project is showcased on this site.

Follow these guidelines to upload your gallery submission to Behance ─ an online community for showcasing and discovering creative work.

Guidelines to submit your Flash and AIR work

Step 1. Join Behance

Note: If you represent a brand/organization, ensure that you enter your brand's/organization's name instead of an individual's name (Personal info > Team/Organization Name) in your Behance profile while setting up an account.

Step 2. Start a new project

a. Upload Files

What to upload?

  • 1 video
    Behance accepts numerous video formats. Add a YouTube embedded video in your project for best compatibility across desktop and mobile browsers.
  • 4-6 screenshots
    Horizontal web-optimized images: 1240x930 pixels
    Vertical web-optimized images: 600x800 pixels

Tip: If you have .gif animations in your app, you can upload those gifs directly to your project. The gif animations display beautifully on the showcase page.

 

b. Choose Cover Image and Project Title

Important: Your cover image will appear in a grid among other projects. Make your image beautiful and attention-grabbing, and your project title clear and concise.

Image specs: Upload an image that is at least 404x316 pixels. Do not wrap your image in an iPad or other device frame.

Project title: Keep the project title limited to 45 characters or less.

c. Enter Metadata and Publish

Keywords: Add Project tags like "Adobe", "Flash AIR", "Showcase", and other keywords applicable to your company and project.

Project Description: This text will be displayed prominently on your individual project page on the gallery site.

Important:  For publicly available apps, you must include the URL(s) to your app(s) in all available marketplaces. Insert the URL or multiple URLs at the end of the Project Description within brackets. For Example: [http://www.itunes.apple.com/myappname] [http://www.amazon.com/myappname]. Similarly, you can also include the website link. For Example: http://www.mywebsitexyz.com

d. Feature in Adobe AIR Android

If you have an AIR based Android game or application that you would like to promote in the Adobe AIR Runtime's "Featured" Section, provide a banner image for your app (720x360 pixels with a file size less than 150 KB in JPEG format) within the same Behance project. We'll do our best to feature and link your banner image to your application's Play Store entry.

Step 3. Notify us

Send an email to flashshowcase@adobe.com including your company name in the subject line and a link to your published project on Behance.

Guidelines to submit your AIR Native Extensions

Step 1. Join Behance

Note: If you represent a brand/organization, ensure that you enter your brand's/organization's name instead of an individual's name (Personal info > Team/Organization Name) in your Behance profile while setting up an account.

Step 2. Start a new project

a. Upload Files

What to upload?

  • 1 video (optional)
    Behance accepts numerous video formats. Add a YouTube embedded video in your project for best compatibility across desktop and mobile browsers.
  • 4 to 6 screenshots
    Horizontal web-optimized images: 1240x930 pixels
    Vertical web-optimized images: 600x800 pixels

b. Choose Cover Image and Project Title

Important: Your cover image will appear in a grid among other projects. Make your image beautiful and attention-grabbing, and your project title clear and concise.

Image specs: Upload an image that is at least 404x316 pixels. Do not wrap your image in an iPad or other device frame.

Project title: Keep the project title limited to 45 characters or less.

c. Enter Metadata and Publish

Keywords: Add Project tags like "Adobe", "Flash AIR", "AIR Native Extension", "Showcase", and other keywords applicable to your company and project.

Project Description: This text will be displayed prominently on your individual project page on the gallery site.

In the Project Description, you must also include the following information within square brackets:

  • Download link of your Android/iOS ANE project zip file.
    For Android download link, write [ANEANDROID:http URL] in the description.
    For iOS download link, write [ANEIOS:http URL] in the description.

    The URL should be a public http URL from where your Android or iOS ANE project code files/Sample AIR app files can be downloaded as a zip. If your ANE is supported on both iOS and Android platforms, mention both of download links in the description.

  •  Tutorial.
    [ANETUTORIAL:http URL]
    This should be a public URL that contains detailed information on how to use your ANE.

Example: Sample Project Description for an ANE that is supported on both Android and iOS platforms and has two different tutorial links:

The description text of your ANE...

[ANEANDROID:http://www.myane.com/download/android/]

[ANEIOS:http://www.myane.com/download/iOS/]

[ANETUTORIAL:http://www.myane.com/how-to-use/tutorial1]

[ANETUTORIAL:http://www.myane.com/how-to-use/tutorial2]

Step 3. Notify us

Send an email to flashshowcase@adobe.com including your company name in the subject line and a link to your published project on Behance.