Category: Corona SDK
More updates on the NOOK HD, and some tidbits on iOS6 and a recent appearance on CoronaGeek.READ MORE
Tuesday Tutorials are back! Today’s tutorial is from Brent Sorrentino, a Corona Ambassador based in northern Colorado. Brent has been an active part of the Corona community for almost two years. He is a freelance travel photographer, Corona developer, and graphic designer. In addition to using Corona to develop his own apps, he regularly lends a hand in the forums, helping other developers solve coding issues.READ MORE
With all the excitement around iPhone 5, iOS 6, and Google Maps, one thing you may not realize is that Google only offers its maps on standard Android devices, not customized flavors of Android. Consequently, like the iPhone 5, Kindle Fire and NOOK do not offer built-in Google Maps.READ MORE
In summer 2012, Hack4Japan organized a bootcamp for young developers in Ishinomaki, Japan. The group sought to revive Ishinomaki, a town devastated by the 2011 earthquake in Japan, through technology and education. We interviewed Software Engineer and Corona SDK Ambassador, Naoya Yamamoto, about his experience developing the hackathon and teaching high school students mobile development.READ MORE
Today, Apple officially released iOS 6 and Xcode 4.5.
In the next daily build (919 or after), all device builds will automatically be iOS 6 compatible. In order for you to do device builds, you should upgrade to Xcode 4.5 GM (not to be confused with ‘4.5 GM seed’). As of today, this is available from Apple.READ MORE
The iPhone 5 is looking like it will be the fastest-selling gadget of all time. So let’s talk about what you need to do to prepare your Corona apps for the iPhone 5 and iOS6.
One of the biggies we’ll cover is what you’ll need to do to make your Corona app handle the new 16:9 aspect ratio, or what we’re calling “tall apps” (as opposed to the shorter “traditional apps” designed for the iPhone 3 and iPhone 4).READ MORE
Everyone is highly anticipating Apple’s “special event” next week. Presumably it’s to announce the release of iPhone 5. If history is guide, Apple will release iOS 6 in conjunction with their new iPhone. So starting today, we are enabling the ability to test your Corona apps on iOS 6 Beta 4.READ MORE
Walter talks about our new public release, new features, how we are supporting iOS6 beta and iPhone5 rumors.READ MORE
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 …READ MORE