Two teams at TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon powered by Corona

Two members of the Ansca team attended the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon in San Francisco this past Saturday, along with a few hundred other developers, designers, and entrepreneurs.  We ended up joining a team to help build an app merging the mobile and social spaces, (sound familiar?)  and supporting another two-person team to create a fun, image-sharing […]

Create scrolling list views with text and graphics in Corona

We’ve created a set of mobile user interface frameworks that will give you a jumpstart on creating professional, touch screen apps in Corona. In this article, I’ll show you how to add text, graphics, and custom behaviors to the List View. The List View accepts a variety of parameters. The following are the basic parameters […]

Corona Meetup from this past weekend

This past Saturday, Ansca Mobile was invited to lead a Bay Area workshop on iOS and Android development with Corona. We were thrilled to show the packed house of developers (from beginners to seasoned vets) how to use the newest Corona features.  The entire Ansca Mobile team was on-hand to provide insight about the toolkit […]

They're here! Corona SDK and Corona Game Edition

Today, we remove the alpha and beta version numbers and bring you the new, cross-platform Corona SDK and a Corona Game Edition pre-release! Back in December, we released Corona for iPhone, which made iPhone app development quicker and easier than ever before without sacrificing any aspect of app performance.Using Lua, Corona took the months-long process of […]

Apple "relaxes all restrictions" on iOS developer tools

We all woke up to an interesting announcement this morning: Apple has revised their iOS developer terms again (effective September 27), and they have now removed all the sections that previously seemed to limit development languages. In a new document called “App Store Review Guidelines”, Apple makes their intentions very clear: We are continually trying […]