In May, Eric Kinkead gave an excellent talk on app marketing to the Dallas Corona SDK Meetup Group. Eric has had great success with his game Questlord, which is a turn-based Role Playing Game (RPG) in the classic style of the legendary Computer Role Playing Games that defined the genre. Eric shared both his successes and mistakes with marketing Questlord and we got it all on video.
Category: Google+ Hangouts
During Monday’s Hangout Ed Maurina showed off a new memory monitoring tool that show realtime information about device memory, display memory, and frame per second while your app is running. The memory meter can be added to your projects with two lines of code and it comes with full documentation.
This week we hung out with Kimberly Voll to discuss Gender Stereotypes in Gaming. Kimberly is organizing a hackathon July 12-14th at the Centre for Digital Media in Vancouver, BC. The goal of the event is to broaden perspectives about the role of females characters in games and to bring awareness to the issue.
This week we hung out with Eric Dyck and Phil Laird from Tap for Tap to talk about their new Corona SDK plugin. Tap for Tap offers app promotion and monetization for app developers looking to market their apps and increase their sales. Tap for Tap is a Featured Partner on the Corona SDK Plugin Directory.
During this week’s Staff Conversations Hangout, we talked with Corona Labs’ Core Engineer, Danny Chan, about Corona SDK support for Google Play Game Services. Danny gave some excellent insights into how the gameNetwork API makes support for Google Play Game Services and iOS Game Center seamless.
This week we hung out with Dean Murphy, Ed Maurina, Mark Eberhardt, Matthew Chapman, Michael Wilson, Mohamed Bennouf, Rob Englebright, Rob Haney, and Theo Rushin, Jr. to discuss the Space Monsters Love Bullets Kickstarter campaign, Tiled, and Corona Tiled.
During Monday’s Hangout Ed Maurina showed how he gets Green Throttle controller feedback to display in the Corona SDK Simulator. Normally, feedback is only visible when testing on the actual device, so Ed’s code makes development using the Green Throttle plugin even faster.
This week we hung out with Dr. Brian Burton, Ed Maurina, Matthew Chapman, Rob Miracle, and Theo Rushin, Jr. to discuss Corona SDK plugins. We spent quite a bit of time talking about the Zip plugin and Ed Maurina shared his project for getting Green Throttle controller feedback to display in the Corona Simulator.
During Monday’s Hangout Ed Maurina showed off a sample app he created to demonstrate how device memory is affected when objects are set to nil at various stages of Storyboard development. You can download the code from his Roaming Gamer website. Thanks Ed!
This week we hung out with Ed Maurina, Gerald Bailey, Jesse Warden, Matthew Chapman, and Richard Harris to discuss memory management in Corona SDK. Ed did an excellent job of explaining the sample app he created after one of our previous Hangouts where we discussed Storyboard. His app demonstrates how memory is affected when objects are set to nil at various stages of development.