Today’s tutorial is an introduction to Corona Enterprise development on iOS, showing Corona developers how to extend or create a Corona project that leverages native functionality. Using Enterprise, Corona developers can combine the best of both the native world and the rich feature set of Corona SDK.
During this week’s Corona Geek Hangout we discussed concepts from the Physics API like applyForce and applyTorque. Roaming Gamer’s Ed Maurina stepped us through examples of each concept and explained how they affect game objects. Spiral Code Studio’s Sergey Lerg also walked us through how he ported his Cubic Run LD game code to HTML5 using Corona SDK.
Welcome to the eleventh installment of “From the Forum.” In this series, guest blogger Alex Jackson highlights outstanding threads from the Corona Forum.
Windows Phone 8 support is coming soon. Read more about what we are showing at GDC and opportunities to participate.
Sergey Lerg is the creator of Corona-built games “Cubic Run” and “Laser Flow.” In this post, Sergey discusses his experience as a participant in CoronaBlitz #2 and how he managed to make a full game, “Hex LED,” in under a week.
Most of us have dealt with generating random numbers at some point in our app development. In this tutorial, we’ll look at the core syntax for generating random numbers, along with a “dice rolling” mechanism for more advanced use cases. Read further to learn more.
Today, we are releasing a new public release 2014.2189!
We focused a lot on quality and polish this time around — a ton of improvements, enhancements, and fixes. More available on our release notes.
Thanks to everyone who gave us feedback on our release candidates. Enjoy!
During this week’s Corona Geek Hangout we discussed what CoronaCards is and what it means to use Corona SDK inside native iOS and Android apps, as well as Accelerator, PhoneGap, Xamarin, and Unity projects. We’ll also discussed Windows Phone demos at the Microsoft GDC 2014 booth. And finally, we finished up the second half of our endless runner game mechanics conversation.
Welcome to the tenth installment of “From the Forum.” In this series, guest blogger Alex Jackson highlights outstanding threads from the Corona Forum.
We think yesterday’s announcement of CoronaCards is a game changer. It changes the equation. Instead of a choice, it’s all of the above — you get to leverage Corona technology in any existing native app!
This may be hard to believe, but today, I want to give you a taste of something that’s even more exciting.