Guest Post: Behold the Corona Comics SDK!

About six months ago, David Fox of Electric Eggplant created the Be Confident iPad comic book to widespread acclaim. Naturally, we also named it our App of the Week! Now, David has taken lead on the upcoming Corona Comic SDK for those of you specifically looking to get into the iComic space! Be sure to check out […]

Tutorial: The A* Algorithm

Every now and then, we like to get super geeky with our blogposts. So, we got computer science extraordinaires Lerg and Codepunk to tell you about how they went about making Lerg’s upcoming tower defense game (of course, with Corona SDK!). To create it, they utilized something called the A* algorithm in order to set enemy […]

Corona SDK this week in New York!

  Our very own Walter is currently trekking the newly whitened East Coast. This week, he’ll be at Corona events in New York — both, city and state! First is upstate NY. Walter will be at what organizers have simply named “The Big Corona Event” at the Strathallan Hotel in Rochester tomorrow, November 1 from 6:00-9:00pm. Attendees will be able […]

‘Car Seat Helper’ on NBC News Arizona!

Our latest App of the Week just got some shine on Phoenix, Arizona’s own 12 News Today morning show. Car Seat Helper was spotlighted as a crucial app for parents to use in their child safety seat shopping and installation endeavors. Check out the video segment below, and get the app in the  App Store or Android Market (it’s free […]

Walter talks monetization! (tomorrow)

As you’ve probably seen by now, we have quite a  large and heavily active community around Corona SDK. Naturally, after troubleshooting and features, the biggest topic we get questions about is how to succeed and monetize once your app is in stores. Yes, we’ve featured previous posts on here before about app monetization, marketing, and even brainstorming a […]

Friday Night Forum: Fire it up!

Amazon’s upcoming Kindle Fire has been forecasted to sell over 5 million units when it’s formally released later this year. The ante-upped Kindle Fire is a 7-inch Android-based “stripped down” tablet (no camera, WiFi-only) that, at $199, will cost almost half as much as Apple’s seemingly incomparable iPad. Those 5 million Q4 preorders already would put the Kindle […]