1

There is this haxe ui builder you might want to check out. In general however, if such a tool doesn't exist or doesn't give you what you want, what might help is to create the UI using an image editing program (like Flash/Animate or Photoshop). You can edit and fine tune it until you are happy with it, and when you are done write the code manually. This way ...


1

This should be a pretty straight-forward task: So let's say you have a handle at position hX, hY, and you have a drag event that you have verified started on the handle at sX, sY and ended at eX, eY. To add vertical scrolling, you would change the handle's y position like so: hY += (eY - sY);. Now, to stop the handle from going out of bounds, you would need ...


1

You can either store the settings in a database connected to your application or save them on the SD card. The integrated databases are assigned to a certain application and only this application cann access them. So you can save them there even though only the application can change them. The other way would be to use the SD card (or other external memory)...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible