Friday Night Forum: Going it alone!

It’s probably no surprise to you and your Corona SDK users that a lot of mobile developers are often “going it alone” — running small or even solo operations on a quest to make a name in the world of app development! Of course, the good folks over at ReadWriteMobile also have noticed this: One […]

Remembering Steve

Dear Universe, I remember when it all started, moving that turtle around on the screen in elementary school. I remember programming Basic on an Apple ][. I remember seeing Toy Story. I remember my Dad giving me an iPod for Christmas. I remember sitting in the audience listening to Steve give a eulogy for Mac […]

Ansca’s Simplisitic Mobile-App Publisher Rises in Popularity

This year alone has seen the creation of 6,000 Corona-based apps, including an upcoming game tie-in to Warner Brother’s Dolphin Tale. In the past, several reached iTunes’ and Android Market’s Top 10. The program’s popularity rests on two aspects, says Icaza, who quite Adobe with co-founder Walter Luh to start Ansca…

Friday Night Forum: Hooray for events!

These past couple weeks have been crazy, what with the first-ever #CoronaHackathon last weekend and the first-ever Corona meetup in Chicago last night. We’re always thrilled to get out of our cave every once in a while and see the faces of people who inspire us to keep on making Corona SDK the best mobile […]

Make Your Own Smartphone Apps

Once you get more experience, you can step up to a more powerful game engine. Corona SDK is worth a look. The game “Bubble Ball” was created by 14-year-old Robert Nay using this program. It’s now one of the most popular iOS games. You can build your app using Corona for no cost. However, to publish your app, you’ll need a subscription….