In this tutorial, learn how to save and retrieve key-value pairs in Apple’s iCloud.
As with each major upgrade of iOS, Apple is introducing new features which all iOS developers must be aware of. For iOS 9, a particular feature to be aware of is App Transport Security or ATS. Essentially, ATS is Apple’s new guard against unsecured HTTP and insecure (by some definitions) HTTPS connections. Apple suggests that you “adopt ATS as […]
Apple just released iOS 8.3 SDK, so starting in daily build 2015.2616, Corona Simulator will target iOS 8.3 by default.
With the iPhone 6 Plus, it’s no longer possible to achieve “pixel perfection” on iOS. In this article, I’ll outline a more intuitive way of understanding what’s happening and how it relates to physical length.
It appears Apple has been making changes a little too quickly lately. Their sudden changes to the app submission filters gave heartburn to many iOS developers, including yours truly. And then just today, they pulled iOS 8.0.1, their minor update to iOS 8, on the same day they released it.
Of course, Apple changed a number of things with iOS 8 that have affected iOS app development. We’ve been tracking these and wanted to give you a summary of the known issues in Corona and their status.
One of the things app developers love about Corona is the fast iteration.
Today, we’re taking that one step further with CoronaViewer – edit your project from your desktop and preview them right away on your device!
When submitting apps to the App Store, there are many rules and settings which need to be “just right” before Apple will approve your app. This article discusses some of the common reasons for rejection and how to avoid them.
During this week’s Corona Geek Hangout we took a sneak peek at a beta version of Composer GUI. We explored a creative solution for implementing iOS calendar events in Corona, and we walked through example code for creating social sharing panels within our apps.
Starting in daily build 2014.2277, we are changing the minimum supported version on iOS from 5.1 to 6. This means that if you do a device build with 2014.2277 (or later), your app will not run on a device whose version is below iOS 6.
This change is needed to move our iOS architecture forward, and finally pay off technical debt that has been accumulating for nearly 18 months, which is an eternity in the mobile space.
Utilizing Corona Enterprise can empower your apps with great new features. In this tutorial, we’ll demonstrate how to add basic printing facilities to an iOS app via Enterprise. Read further to learn how.