We now have an Amazon GameCircle plugin for Corona developers.
Alex Souza is the founder of Kwiksher, creator of Kwik, a plugin that writes Corona apps directly from Photoshop. Here he announces a new product to do particle effects within Photoshop and without any code!
Gremlin Interactive, our 3rd party plugin partner, has 2 new plugins for Corona developers.
We are proud to announce a new Corona Plugin partner: GameAnalytics! Read about their service and how to implement it in only a few minutes.
From an action-packed arcade game to a turn-based RPG, some games look 10x more awesome on the big screen. To provide Corona developers with more distribution opportunities, we’re thrilled to announce a partnership with OUYA an innovative game console that’s made headlines for their developer-friendly approach to gaming.
Ricardo Rauber is the creator of Game Coder, a revolutionary tool that allows developers of all backgrounds, to build apps on the iPad. Best of all, Game Coder is built entirely with Corona SDK!
Read through Ricardo’s walk-through to learn more about Game Coder and to get up and running with the app.
Cyber Monday is here and Corona Labs is celebrating with the biggest promotion we’ve offered yet. For Corona developers, designers, illustrators and creatives: here’s your chance to purchase Corona SDK and snag Kwik 2, a super popular Photoshop plugin, at a bargain!
Purchase a Corona SDK Pro subscription on Monday, November 26, 2012, and receive 60% off on a Kwik 2 license ($150 in savings).
Predetermining your transition “frames” is another useful trick if you want to squeeze every ounce of performance out of your code. This week’s tutorial from Corona veteran Omid Ahourai shows you exactly how with the implementation of his custom “AK-tween” library.
Calling all Flash developers: Corona Labs is partnering with Spriteloq on a September promotion! If you purchase a Corona SDK Pro license between September 2 – September 16, 2012, you’ll receive a free Spriteloq license (a $49 value!).
Don Quach and his partner David Ngo, are the creators of Spriteloq, a tool that allows developers to import Flash SWFs in order to create spritesheets for Corona-made apps. Read on to learn more about Spriteloq, and how the tool helps developers leverage the power of Flash and the speed of Corona, to create high quality mobile content.