Developing Apps for a Pre-K Audience

Inspired by his pre-k sons’ love of construction vehicles, Scott Adelman created the Kids Trucks educational app series. The interactive series includes colorful graphics and positive reinforcement, allowing young children to work on learning the alphabet, developing critical thinking skills, number identification and more in an engaging way. Check out Scott’s post below, for a range […]

Corona SDK Mobile Game Development Book – Note from Packt Publishing

Early last week, Packt Publishing released Michelle Fernandez’s Corona SDK Mobile Game Development: Beginner’s Guide. Since its release, the book has enjoyed tremendous popularity, and is currently ranked #1 in Hot New Releases for Mobile & Wireless Programming. Packt Publishing’s Robin de Jongh introduces the book below, providing information on the publishing process, and details on the guide.

Three Simple Lessons From Loqheart

Don-Duong Quach and David Ngo, the rocket scientist and programmer duo, share three valuable lessons on their development experience. Their first mobile title, Cannon Cat, hit the App Store today and has already received accolades from a number of review sites.  The super addicting game involves a flying cat that heroically saves skyfish from a crazed emu. With quirky […]

Guest Blog Post: “The Making of StreetFood Tycoon”

This weeks Guest Blog Post comes from Erick Garayblas all the way from the Philippines. Eric’s first Corona SDK Game has already been downloaded over 30,000 times and has reached #1 in several iTunes AppStore Markets. Hi, I’m Erick Garayblas, from Manila, Philippines and Kuyi Mobile is my brainchild. I founded Kuyi Mobile in the […]

Guest Post: How Corona SDK changed my life…

We’ve heard many users tell us about how Corona SDK changed their life. However, in Chris Martone’s case, Corona not only changed his life, but also enabled him to change other people’s lives through his Apps for Change project to help children in Africa bring their stories to life on the mobile platform. Be sure to donate […]