As stated in Part 1, we use lua-TestMore for our testing and reporting. The output format is called TAP (Test Anything Protocol) . It is human readable and simple. TestMore and TAP are widely used enough that there are tools available to help you use it.
Our latest App of the Week is the classically designed Dabble word game. Dabble was invented as a board game by 84-year-old George Weiss of Brooklyn. It was then picked up and brought to store shelves by the ironically named Ideas Never Implemented, and finally was brought to the iPhone (and soon to be iPad!) by indie […]
Fresh off last week’s Corona LaunchPad announcement, we now wanna put it to the test! 😉 We’ve teamed up with our new partners, InMobi and PapayaMobile, to throw the first-ever Corona SDK hackathon on Saturday, August 27 in San Francisco. The event will be an all-day affair with breakfast, lunch, dinner, and — of […]
Preamble: This post is going to be a little different than usual. What we present here is behind the scenes stuff used in making the Corona SDK. But we hope the information presented here goes beyond satisfying simple academic curiosity. We hope this information will actually be useful for others to directly use in their […]
To kick off the weekend, Corona enthusiasts (SDK and/or beer) packed Ansca HQ in Silicon Valley for another mighty fun meetup! Much of the night could not have been made possible without PapayaMobile, who graciously provided pizza and assorted libations for our beloved meetup brethren. Thanks guys! The meetup itself was relatively unscripted in […]
Besides new Corona SDK updates, we know the thing you guys like most from us are meetups! So, we’re having one again at our humble abode in Palo Alto tonight. There’s no set program, but I bet we’ll be talking lots about the new Corona LaunchPad and recent (and future?) feature updates, in general. Also, this is […]