Today’s tutorial features Lua string manipulation and parsing techniques which can be useful in several applications, especially business or database-powered apps where you need to check and confirm that text is formatted properly. Read further to learn about these string-related helper functions.
Today’s tutorial features two more physics methods. In specific, we’ll discuss “radial gravity” and how to visually predict the launch trajectory of an object. Better yet, both methods are available as downloadable projects so you can explore the full implementation at the code level. Read on to learn more!
A common question in the forums and elsewhere is how to thoroughly clean up scenes when using a scene manager like Storyboard or Director. This week’s tutorial discusses some common misconceptions and “tips and tactics” that you can use to properly manage memory in your app.
For some multi-platform developers, building for Android is planned from the beginning but it’s not fully implemented until after the launch of the iOS version. However, there are several things that should be done while building a cross-platform app to make sure that Android’s unique functionality is handled in advance of submission to the marketplace.
This week’s tutorial examines the use of network.download() and remote data files to update app content “on the fly.” Using an XML file, we’ll also examine how to manage these remote assets properly. Read on to learn how!
Performance optimization is a topic that concerns all developers and spans all genres. Today’s tutorial discusses 10 useful performance tips that are not necessarily “familiar” to Corona developers. Read on to learn how these tips and tricks can improve the performance of your app.
Today’s tutorial discusses the remainder of the new widgets introduced recently, available in Daily Builds. These include the “table view,” “scroll view,” “picker wheel,” and “progress bar.” Read on to learn about the features of these new widgets and how to easily implement them into your Corona app.
After much anticipation, we’ve finally released the majority of new Corona widgets! All new widgets share a common trait: each has been written atop a new foundation that is more flexible and stable. Today’s tutorial outlines five of the new widgets — read further to learn how to implement them in your apps.
Today’s tutorial introduces a few new physics methods for your bag of tricks. We’ll solve the “Can I jump?” issue for 2D side-view games, and also discuss how to handle “sticky projectiles” and basic “wind tunnel” behavior. Three sample projects are available for download in order to study each case.
Not long ago, Corona Labs implemented the iOS 5.0+ built-in Twitter functionality in which you can easily tweet using the Twitter credentials you enter into iOS. Today’s tutorial explains the simple method behind sending a tweet and an optional image or URL along with it. Read further to learn how!