Video Chat for Android in 30 Lines of Code

Here is a simple Video Chat application I built with Flex 4 and deployed on AIR for Android. The Application is just 30 lines of code and allows multiple users to join a chat room and “video chat”.

Video streaming is powered by LiveCycle Collaboration Services, a set of hosted Flash Services that enable developers to easily add real-time collaboration and social capabilities to their applications.

This application is obviously a bare-bones proof of concept. However, it is fully operational, and the same code can run on different runtime environments: AIR for Android, AIR on the Desktop, and Flash Player in the Browser. Users can participate in the same collaboration session regardless of the runtime environment they use.

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The 30 lines of code:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<s:Application xmlns:fx="" xmlns:s="library://" xmlns:cs="AfcsNameSpace" currentState="logon" fontSize="28">

		[Bindable] private var roomURL:String = "";

		protected function connect():void {
			auth.userName = userName.text;
			currentState = "default";

		<s:State name="default"/>
		<s:State name="logon"/>

		<cs:AdobeHSAuthenticator id="auth"/>

	<s:TextInput id="userName" includeIn="logon" top="200" horizontalCenter="0"/>
	<s:Button label="Connect" click="connect()" includeIn="logon" top="250" horizontalCenter="0" height="50" width="150"/>

	<cs:ConnectSessionContainer id="session" roomURL="{roomURL}" authenticator="{auth}" autoLogin="false" width="100%" height="100%" includeIn="default">
		<cs:WebCamera top="10" left="10" bottom="10" right="10"/>