I’d like to load some files directly from the application directory and the application directory using the file:// protocol but I couldn’t get it done without using the Assets.loadText() method - which let’s me access some assets.
Anyway - I already completely finished an mechanism to load a huge set of different data by providing a root directory url e. g. file://path/to/my/application/ and file://path/to/my/applicationStorage/
But I don’ know how to resolve these two crucial directories. Could you please point me to the right direction?
Hi and thanks - yes - we tried that but applicationDirectory is null.
Must be because it’s an apk and not a directory like in native targets.
But anything inside the apk can be accessed with
why the need to use the
For apk assets you could always drop everything below the root and you’d end up with the normal asset path.
Boy - didn’t I look into this for a long time. I was just in the google group. Sorry for not responding.
Why using file protocol? Because I want to download files from remotes first to a local file and load everything from there (relatively).
Or can I somehow access loaded files through Assets? But anyway, I’d like to use the Loader, URLLoader classes because I implemented complex views already. We simply use Adobe AIR for now - but would love to switch to “native”
ByteArray.fromFile, or URLLoader (without file://) should work, I believe