Since the initial open-source release of Corona UI, we’ve been plugging away behind the scenes to provide you with an even better solution. Here’s a small glimpse of what you can expect… UI Button: Segmented Control: Slider: TableView: Picker Wheel: With the open source version of Corona UI that was previously released, you were given […]
Never ones to shy away from app developer events, our Ansca co-founders will be out and about next week, eager to meet and mingle with developers like yourself! First up is the Hacker’s Dojo in Mountain View, California on July 7. Specifically, this session of the Dojo is dubbed “Cross Platform development with Corona SDK,” and […]
I know, I know — every time I say “I’ve never seen a game like this,” someone always manages to leave a comment saying “Actually, this game is a clone of XYZ!” Well, this time for our App of the Week, I think I truly have found something that hasn’t been done before. Come take a […]
Niels Vanspauwen is one of three co-founders of the mobile game studio Kidimedia, whose self-titled children’s app is fast becoming popular in the App Store. Below, Niels describes how the full-time duties of being dads made the Kidimedia team desire a quick and efficient means of developing apps without sacrificing an ounce of performance or […]
The Barnes & Noble boardroom was quite the happening place a couple days ago! Barnes & Noble put on a NOOK Color app development workshop aimed specifically at Corona SDK developers… …Naturally, we were invited to help answer questions about what’s coming in the (very) near future from us for the NOOK, and how we’re working […]
Exactly 2 years ago, we came out of stealth mode and launched Corona at the HOW Design Conference. Still hard to believe it was only two years. Feels like it’s been a lot longer than that. When we told our VC-to-be that we were going to launch at a real bonafide conference, he declared that we […]
Thank you all for the great support and special thanks goes to Jay for being part of our promotion. We officially ran out of the 25 copies of Corona Project Manager. Yes, you read that right, we ran out in the first hour of running the promo. Thank you all for participating. . Earlier […]
In Corona, you use the Lua programming language to do everything. Thus, it’s equally as important to understand Lua as it is to understand the individual Corona-specific concepts and API’s, such as the Event Model we went over last week. One common source of confusion comes with one of Lua’s most powerful features: Tables.