Category: Corona SDK

Corona: iOS 6 and Xcode 4.5 are GM!

Today, Apple officially released iOS 6 and Xcode 4.5.

While iOS 6 was in beta, I talked with you about how you could make Corona perform device builds that targeted iOS 6 specifically.

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.

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Corona Guidelines: iPhone 5 and iOS6 (Preliminary)

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).

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Guest Post: Miranda Brothers’ Victory at Betable Hackathon

Competing against over 60 developers, Cesar and Edgar Miranda were awarded first place at Betable’s hackathon in July. Their carnival style-game, Real-Money Gambling, was developed with Corona SDK in the weekend-long event. The brothers attribute their success to Betable’s Real-Money Gambling API ease of use, and Corona SDK’s rapid development capabilities.

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Corona: WebViews on Android!

Time for another Monday update!

Last week, I talked about all the difficulties around Mountain Lion, the code name for Mac OS 10.8. Thanks to all your reports out in the wild, we’ve ironed out the a bunch of problems. The latest daily builds (868 and after) are now solidly working on 10.8.

In the midst of all this Mountain Lion stuff, we’ve also begun the feature cycle.

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State of Corona

Yesterday was about making our nickname official and about our new web site.

Now it’s time to talk shop. What’s going on in Corona-land?

Read on for info on the next public release, our new docs, and monetization and extensibility in Corona.

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