In this tutorial, learn how to build your own Lua-based plugins for submission and distribution to the Corona developer community.
For iOS users, Corona offers the Quick Look Plugin. This allows your app to show various document files, including iWork, Microsoft Office, Rich Text Format (RTF), PDF, images, and more. Read further to learn how to implement Quick Look in your apps.
A common requirement for business app developers is the ability to copy and paste items — in specific, the ability to select something from your app and paste it into another, or copy something from another app and paste it into yours. Read further to learn how, using the simple Pasteboard plugin.
At the Google I/O conference last May, Google announced “Google Play game services” and began offering online game support similar to Apple’s GameCenter. Corona Labs, working with Google, demonstrated live apps at Google I/O using these game services. And now, following on the heels of this demo, we’ve rolled out the first version of Google Play game services support in Corona SDK. Read further to learn how to implement leaderboards and achievements on Android using Google Play game services.
Today’s tutorial walks you through Corona’s OpenSSL plugin. Using this, you can easily encrypt and decrypt data in just a few lines of code.
In this week’s tutorial, learn how to use the Zip plugin, convenient for compressing and uncompressing files within your app.
Here are a few highlights from Monday’s Corona Geek #36 when we talked about Facebook integration, plug-in beta testing, a gems development jam for Corona SDK developers, and more.
Lately, we’ve been telling you about using Corona SDK for eBooks, especially iPad comics. Since a lot of comic book artists use Photoshop to create their masterpieces, it only makes sense that we continue allowing them to work comfortably. Thus, comes the third-party tool Kwik, created by Kwiksher for Corona SDK. Kwik allows Photoshop users to add […]