Corona GeekDuring this week’s Corona Geek, Ed Maurina, developer of SSK Corona, gave an overview of his third party library and how it helps with the creation of games using Corona SDK. Ed has been using Corona for 2 years in his own projects and during that time he has assembled a collection of useful code snippets that eliminate or reduce some of the repetitive takes associate with game development.

Ed freely shares his library with the Corona Community as a way of giving back. He also uses SSK Corona in his Corona SDK game templates.

Here’s a quick look at SSK Corona in action:

Next week Ed will be showing us some visual examples of the code he shared today and eventually he’s going to break open one of his game templates to show us how the library is used in real world situations.

As always, thanks for watching and be sure to “thumbs up” this video on YouTube if you’d like to see more code sessions.

You can download the GitHub repo of SSK Corona here.

Also, congratulations to Christopher Wolf for winning this week’s Corona Labs’ t-shirt. For your chance to win, follow Corona Geek on Twitter and Facebook, and complete the Corona Geek giveaway form.

Thank you for watching, we’ll see you on next week’s Corona Geek!

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