Banner Integration for Adobe Air

Banners are a rectangular, system-initiated ads that can be either static or animated, and are served in a designated area around your live app content. 

Before You Start

  • Make sure that you have correctly integrated the ironSource Air Plugin into your application. Integration is outlined here.
  • You will need to integrate one of our mediation adapters with Banner support to serve this ad unit.

    Step 1. Load Banner Ad

    To load a Banner ad, call the following method:

    • Load the Banner view by calling this method (in this example it’s the BANNER banner size):
      IronSource.instance.loadBanner(IronSourceBannerSize.BANNER, IronSourceBannerPosition.BOTTOM);
      
      See table below for details about our supported standard banner sizes:
      IronSourceBannerSize Description Dimensions (WxH) (points in iOS, dp in Android)
      BANNER Standard Banner 320 x 50
      LARGE Large Banner 320 x 90
      RECTANGLE Medium Rectangular Banner 300 x 250
      SMART
      Smart Banner
      (Adjusted for both mobile and tablet)
      iOS:
      If (iPhone) 320 x 50
      If (iPad) 728 x 90
      Android:
      If (screen height ≤ 720) 320 x 50
      If (screen height > 720) 728 x 90

      See table below for details about our supported standard banner positions:

      IronSourceBannerPosition Description
      TOP Banner will be positioned at the top center of the screen
      BOTTOM Banner will be positioned at the bottom center of the screen
    • Another option is initiating the banner with Custom size, using this signature (WxH) (points in iOS, dp in Android):

      IronSource.instance.loadBanner(new IronSourceBannerSize(320, 50), IronSourceBannerPosition.BOTTOM);

    You will receive the onBannerAdLoadedEvent and the banner will show on your app.

    Hide & Display Banner

    In order to provide maximum flexibility in the ad experience, you now have the ability to hide and present banners on your app.

    Unlike with the Android and iOS native implementations, when banner is loaded for the first time in Unity, it will show itself, and there won’t be a need to call displayBanner().

    Once you’ve loaded and served a banner, you can choose to hide this banner and re-show it at a later point in your app.

    To hide the banner, call this function:

    IronSource.instance.hideBanner();

    To then show this same banner again, call this function:

    IronSource.instance.displayBanner();

    Step 2. Implement the Banner Events

    The ironSource Air Plugin fires several events to inform you of ad availability and activity. To listen to any event, call the following method:

    IronSource.instance.addEventListener( "EventName", functionToCall  );
    
     Note:

    1. EventName is a string containing the event you want to listen to.
    2. functionToCall is the function to call when the event is fired.

    The Plugin will notify the Listener of all possible events listed below:

    IronSource.instance.addEventListener("onBannerAdLoaded", onBannerAdLoaded);
    IronSource.instance.addEventListener("onBannerAdLoadFailed", onBannerAdLoadFailed);
    IronSource.instance.addEventListener("onBannerAdClicked", onBannerAdClicked);
    IronSource.instance.addEventListener("onBannerAdScreenPresented", onBannerAdScreenPresented);
    IronSource.instance.addEventListener("onBannerAdScreenDismissed", onBannerAdScreenDismissed);
    IronSource.instance.addEventListener("onBannerAdLeftApplication", onBannerAdLeftApplication);

    Implementation:

    //Invoked once the banner has loaded
    private function onBannerAdLoaded(event:DataEvent):void {}
    //Invoked when the banner loading process has failed.
    private function onBannerAdLoadFailed(event:DataEvent):void {
        var errorCode:String;
        var errorDescription:String;
        if (event.data) {
            var error:Object = JSON.parse(event.data);
            errorDescription = error.error_description;
            errorCode = error.error_code;
         }
    }
    // Invoked when end user clicks on the banner ad
    private function onBannerAdClicked(event:DataEvent):void {}
    //Notifies the presentation of a full screen content following user click
    private function onBannerAdScreenPresented(event:DataEvent):void {}
    //Notifies the presented screen has been dismissed
    private function onBannerAdScreenDismissed(event:DataEvent):void {}
    //Invoked when the user leaves the app
    private function onBannerAdLeftApplication(event:DataEvent):void {}
    

    Step 3. Additional Load Settings

    We support placements, as well as capping and pacing for Banners on the ironSource dashboard. Learn how to set up placements, capping and pacing for Banners to optimize your app’s user experience here.

    If you’ve set up placements for your Banner, call the following method to serve a Banner ad in a specific location:

    IronSource.instance.loadBanner(IronSourceBannerSize.BANNER, IronSourceBannerPosition.BOTTOM, (string) "YOUR_PLACEMENT_NAME");

    Step 4. Destroy the Banner Ad

    To destroy a banner, call the following method:

    IronSource.instance.destroyBanner();
    

    A destroyed banner can no longer be loaded. If you want to serve it again, you must initiate it again.

    Step 5.  Integrate a Banner Provider

    Next, integrate the ad network adapters to serve Banners through ironSource Mediation. We currently support ironSourceAdmob, AppLovinFacebookFyber and Inmobi Banners.

    For better understanding of bannerSize’s behaviour per network, please follow tables (one for iOS, another for Android):

     iOS BANNER LARGE RECTANGLE SMART
    ironSource Banner Large Banner / Leaderboard
    AdMob Banner Large Banner IAM Medium Rectangle Banner / Leaderboard
    AppLovin Banner Banner Medium Rectangle Banner / Leader
    Facebook Standard Banner Large Banner Medium Rectangle Banner / Leader
    Fyber Banner Banner Medium Rectangle Banner / Leader
    InMobi Banner_320_50 Banner_320_50 Banner_300_250 Banner_320_50 Banner_728_90
     Android BANNER LARGE RECTANGLE SMART
    ironSource Banner Large Banner / Leaderboard
    AdMob Banner Large Banner IAM Medium Rectangle Banner / Leaderboard
    AppLovin Banner Banner Medium Rectangle Banner / Leader
    Facebook Standard Banner Large Banner Medium Rectangle Banner / Leader
    Fyber Banner Banner Medium Rectangle Banner / Leader
    InMobi Banner_320_50 Banner_320_50 Banner_300_250 Banner_320_50 Banner_728_90

    Done!
    You are now all set up to serve Banners in your application. Verify your integration with our Integration Helper.


    What’s Next? 

    Follow our integration guides to integrate additional ad units:

    Interested in integrating more mediation adapters? Check out our supported Mediation Networks.