Is Fragmentation Hurting Android?

A friend of mine sent me a link to this article on Android fragmentation. The article includes a pretty interesting info-graphic that shows 3,997 different Android devices. These are the 3,997 different Android devices that OpenSignalMaps users experienced the app with. How many devices do iOS developers have to worry about?

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Corona Roadmap

UPDATE: Roadmap list is now updated on our main Roadmap page One of my favorite quotes is from President Dwight D. Eisenhower: “Plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” In other words, the process of planning is important, but you also have …

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FAQ Wednesday #6

It’s Wednesday and time for another FAQ session. Here are five frequently asked questions (FAQ). Question 1 How do I bring the Corona window back to the desktop? Answer This is a common issue with Windows programs where the window …

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App of the Week: Word Winder

If you’re a fan of the Sunday crossword or the classic Scrabble, you’ll love the newly released Word Winder game for NOOK. Word Winder is the brainchild of David Hoyt, the man behind a number of popular games including Daily …

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Guest post: Calling for a Corona Alliance

Spain’s Corona Ambassador and owner of Inkubica Labs, Tomas Martinez Buero, is calling on developers around the world to form a Corona Alliance. The Spanish chapter’s first Corona SDK Meetup will be taking place on May 31 in Madrid – …

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Daily Build Update for May 18: Bug Fixes

Corona SDK is always getting better and better, and this past week has been no exception. While a few notable additions have been checked-in, there’s been a strong focus on bug fixes to help stabilize and improve the overall quality …

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Code Example: Water Buoyancy Using Corona SDK

The other day I was searching YouTube for mobile app development videos and I came across this great code example on how to implement water buoyancy using the Corona SDK. I downloaded the code from the iNSERT.CODE website and was able to get the example up and running quickly.

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