This app catches the raw multitouch events in an AIR for Android app created with OpenLaszlo. Since the Nexus One has an outdated multitouch sensor chip the device cannot handle two touchpoints sharing the same x-axis or y-axis value.
With a simple Ant build script it's possible to convert an OpenLaszlo application into an Adobe AIR for Android 2.5 app. You can learn more about using OpenLaszlo to create mobile apps at http://www.mobileopenlaszlo.org.
A short video showing how to convert an OpenLaszlo HTML5 app into an Opera Widget, which can be installed as a desktop application on Windows and OS X systems with the Opera browser installed.
This is a demo of an OpenLaszlo HTML5 app built for the desktop running on the Google Nexus One with Android 2.1. The Android version of the application has been developed as part of the Mobile OpenLaszlo project, an open source project aimed at bringing OpenLaszlo RIAs onto mobile devices. The original browser app can be found here:
Mobile OpenLaszlo will utilize the excellent PhoneGap (http://www.phonegap.com) framework for building native smartphone apps for iPhone, Android, and other phones supported by PhoneGap.
Learn more about Mobile OpenLaszlo at http://www.mobileopenlaszlo.org