We are extremely excited about our new product: CoronaCards. Take the power and ease of use of Corona to any native app!
In the mobile app world, table views, or “list views,” are based on a paradigm where information is presented to the user in a series of single-column rows. In this tutorial, we’re going to look more deeply at this powerful tool in the widget repository and discuss how to implement some advanced features with just a little extra coding.
Are in San Francisco for GDC? Come to the party we are co-sponsoring with NativeX!
During this week’s Corona Geek Hangout we explore the different elements of an endless runner style game. Roaming Gamer’s, Ed Maurina walks through an endless runner sample app that covers all the essential parts of an endless runner style game. We dig into parallax scrolling, character jumping, score keeping and more. Listen in as the panelist bounce around various ideas.
Welcome to the ninth installment of “From the Forum.” In this series, guest blogger Alex Jackson highlights outstanding threads from the Corona Forum.
Just a quick note that 2014.2187 is our candidate for the next public release. You can download it from our daily builds if you are a Pro/Enterprise subscriber.
We’re interested in knowing if you encounter significant regressions against the current public release (2013.2100). If you do, please let us know on this forum.
Uploading files to a web server can be a tricky process because a lot depends on the web server’s features, abilities, and limits. This week’s tutorial aims to demystify some of the complexity behind this process and includes a sample project for download and testing.
During this week’s Corona Geek Hangout we talked with Chris Byerley, aka DevElephant, to discuss his Coronium Cloud project that uses open source technology to create a data & push stack for Corona SDK apps and games.
Welcome to the eighth installment of “From the Forum.” In this series, guest blogger Alex Jackson highlights outstanding threads from the Corona Forum.
This week’s tutorial discusses the basics behind anonymous functions and closures in Lua. These methods provide a powerful way to keep track of variable instances on a per-function basis and, in the context of Corona SDK, pass parameters to functions in which you don’t control the passed-in content. Read further to discover how.