So, what should you use to build your mobile apps, HTML5 or native code? That’s the debate that is raging these days. In some cases the answer is very clear and in others it’s not so much.
Don Quach and his partner David Ngo, are the creators of Spriteloq, a tool that allows developers to import Flash SWFs in order to create spritesheets for Corona-made apps. Read on to learn more about Spriteloq, and how the tool helps developers leverage the power of Flash and the speed of Corona, to create high quality mobile content.
Last night I received an email from the Amazon Mobile App Distribution Team. They wanted to let me know that as a Mobile App Distribution Developer, I can now add promotional images to my apps. Apparently their internal marketing team uses promotional images in featured placements to highlight apps, and they’ll be using these “creative […]
We’re resurrecting the “Friday Night Forum” with a subject near and dear to our hearts: Push Notifications. Though far from the sexiest topic, many Corona developers rely on push notifications to communicate with users, encourage activity and generate buzz. Yet – Sarah Perez over at TechCrunch says she’s had enough.
Several weeks ago, I talked about how we’ve begun our feature cycle. We’ve actually gotten quite a few items done that you can check out on the Corona roadmap. However, we haven’t hit our stride quite yet because of some difficult challenges related to OS versions. So this week, I wanted to give you a behind-the-scenes […]