Corona Geek #63 – Creating Children’s Apps and Simulating 2.5D Perspective in Corona SDK

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Corona GeekDuring this week’s Corona Geek we talked with cartoonist/writer/developer Greg Pugh from GP Animations about creating children’s apps using Corona SDK. As a one person shop, Greg has successfully created a series of very creative interactive children’s books using Corona SDK and Kwik. He shared a number of tips and insights that you’ll want to hear, even you’re not creating children’s apps. We also, looked at code for creating 2.5D perspective using the new Graphics 2.0 engine. We had a blast.

The deadline for the Graphics 2.0 Contest has been extended to Sunday, November 17 at 11:59pm PST. So now you have time to polish up that submission for a chance to win Corona Enterprise or an iPad mini. That’s what Ray Delia from S.K. Studios is doing. Good luck Ray!

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Charles McKeever

Charles McKeever is a life long computer geek who enjoys exploring technologies to understand how they work, how they can be smashed together, and how they can be used to fuel entrepreneurial endeavors.

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  1. Greg says:

    Haha I am unbelievably awkward on camera. This is why I do development and not public interfacing. Please support my books so I don’t have to get a job where the public has to look at me.

  2. Charles McKeever says:

    LOL. I think you do just fine. Thanks for sharing some great info today. I like the part about how you create all the online properties before actually creating the app. That’s smart!

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