My First Apollo App.

by John Wilker in EffectiveUI

Actually a port of a Flex App. I took our 360|Flex Flickr search and simply ported it to an apollo app. It was quite easy, I’m really getting stoked at the possibilities. Not much to write home about, yet.

I hope to get more opportunities to play with this. I’m kinda thinking it’d make a great platform for my intranet search tool I’m playing with at work. How cool to not have to fire up your browser or go to the intranet search page, just load up this app. Kinda neat.

 

We’ll see.

 

Oh if you want, download it here.

 

UPDATE: I archived the .air file. guessing .air isn’t recognized yet? Not sure. but now the link is to a zip of the .air file :)


8 Responses to “My First Apollo App.”

  1. I'm getting a 404 on clicking the download link?

  2. I’m getting a 404 on clicking the download link?

  3. John Wilker says:

    Funky. I updated the link to point to a zip archive of the .air file. Seems to work better.

  4. Alex says:

    Hi. cool app!
    I have created a site to share Apollo apps called ApolloHunter.com. I have uploaded your app! Do you mind?
    You can alos create an account and upload it yourself! greetings

  5. Alex says:

    People get an Error #2038: File I/O Error, while installing your app. Do you know what this is?

  6. Delixe says:

    Feel free to submit it and its source code to : http://airchive.codeapollo.com.

  7. John Wilker says:

    I’ve updated the zip file, with my latest revision. Added a click for viewing a larger version of the image. Minor tweak really.

  8. John Wilker says:

    I've updated the zip file, with my latest revision. Added a click for viewing a larger version of the image. Minor tweak really.

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