During Monday’s Hangout Ed Maurina showed off a sample app he created to demonstrate how device memory is affected when objects are set to nil at various stages of Storyboard development. You can download the code from his Roaming Gamer website. Thanks Ed!
Today, we announced that Corona Plugins – codenamed “Project Gluon” – are live and available to Corona SDK Pro subscribers using recent Daily Builds. In this week’s tutorial, learn how to get started with our walkthrough of the “zip” plugin, convenient for compressing and uncompressing files within your app.
Today, I’m happy to announce our first batch of Corona Plugin partners.
It’s great partners like these that enable Corona developers to access the best new functionality and 3rd party services. In particular, today’s batch span a wider variety of services from app advertising to cross-promotion and value-exchange ads, from social campaigns to game controllers.
This week we hung out with Ed Maurina, Gerald Bailey, Jesse Warden, Matthew Chapman, and Richard Harris to discuss memory management in Corona SDK. Ed did an excellent job of explaining the sample app he created after one of our previous Hangouts where we discussed Storyboard. His app demonstrates how memory is affected when objects are set to nil at various stages of development.
This week’s App of the Week – Tomb Breaker – is a brand new puzzle game that was built with Corona SDK and recently graced with a ‘New and Noteworthy’ recognition on Apple’s App Store. A year in the making, Tomb Breaker was developed by Kurt Bieg, the designer behind Simple Machine, with art by Victor Soto.
An important update on Corona, data collection and issues around COPPA and privacy policies.
We’re happy to announce that support for Google Play game services is coming very soon to Corona. We worked with Google to get early access to their services and also with Chip Chain, a great Corona-based app, that supports the new functionality today. Read on!
It’s Wednesday and time for another frequently asked questions (FAQs) session. Here are some FAQs about Java and the Windows Simulator.
If you can’t get enough of the the world famous Dilbert comic strip, you’ll love the latest Corona SDK challenge.
Scott Adams, the legendary creator of Dilbert is on the hunt for the hottest mobile game, with the beloved cartoon engineer. We’re joining forces with Dilbert and calling on the Corona SDK community to create the hottest game with Corona SDK Starter, Pro or Enterprise. This contest runs May 14 – July 12, 2013 with winners announced on July 19, 2013.
Today’s tutorial goes “back to the basics” of sprite usage and image sheets for both typical animations and image “swapping” as well. If you’re new to Corona SDK or simply need to brush up on sprite usage, read further as we discuss the benefits, the basic code, and some real world examples.