Today, I’m really happy to announce that Corona and the team are joining Perk. Perk is a publicly traded, profitable company that has built a service/platform that rewards people for everyday mobile and internet activities. Their goal is to enable developers like you to leverage their rewards system and advertiser relationships to both monetize and engage your users.
Today, we’re happy to announce that an alpha version of tvOS (Apple TV) is available, starting in daily build 2015.2765. Alpha vs Beta Corona’s support for tvOS is currently in an alpha state. In a nutshell, this means we have proven that Corona can work on tvOS. Concretely, the ‘PewPew’ demo sample works, but almost […]
Today, we are shipping a new public release (2015.2731) for Corona SDK, Corona Enterprise, and CoronaCards. A major theme for this year was new platforms. With this release, we spent a lot of time in the plumbing, so that we could have a solid foundation to support Mac Apps and Win32 Apps (currently in beta). […]
At the beginning of this year, I outlined new platforms as a major theme for 2015. And a few months later, at GDC, we announced bringing Mac App and Win32 App support to the Corona platform. Since then, we’ve been conducting private betas with a small group of Corona developers.
Today, we are opening up the Mac App and Win32 App betas to everyone in the Corona community!
Today, we are shipping a new public release (2014.2646) for Corona SDK, Corona Enterprise, and CoronaCards.
Continuing our theme of making plugins more open, we want to make plugin development better by simplifying the way you package plugins written in pure Lua.
Apple just released iOS 8.3 SDK, so starting in daily build 2015.2616, Corona Simulator will target iOS 8.3 by default.
At the end of January, I talked about wanting to make plugins more open.
Today, we’re doing two things to make that happen.
We have to big announcements! Corona SDK is now completely free, and Mac and Win32 desktop apps are coming soon. Read on for all the details.