In this tutorial we discuss LuaFileSystem (LFS), a popular Lua library which allows you to perform common file system activities that can’t normally be done in plain Lua.
If you know what events are Corona (if you don’t, you should start here), then you know that they allow you to “do something” whenever a specific action that corresponds to an event occurs. You can even define your own actions, and dispatch custom events whenever it is appropriate for your app. However, no events […]
One of the two most-requested items in regards to the Storyboard API was the ability to pass custom data between scenes as you switched between them, and also some kind of “pop up” feature, where a scene can be loaded and displayed above another scene, leaving the currently active scene intact. The documentation for both […]
Lights… camera… CUT! Corona’s Storyboard API has been around for a while now, but there is still some confusion among the community in regards to how to use it. And while I’m sure that my recent explanation of the various events associated with the Storyboard API certainly helped a little, perhaps an explanation of the […]
In this tutorial, learn all about accessing data in an SQLite database, from creation of the database to adding/updating records to retrieving data.
Today, I’m going to explain the individual events that drive the entire Storyboard API, and then show you how all the different events fit together. If you previously had trouble using the Storyboard API due to a lack of understanding of scene events, this resource should clear things up for you. I’ll begin by explaining […]
In case you missed it, Corona SDK now officially supports “the new iPad” (or “iPad 3”, as I’ll be referring to it for the rest of this post) in both the public release and cutting-edge Daily Builds. Since the iPad 3 sports four-times the number of pixels as the original iPad, there’s some confusion among […]
NOTE: This tutorial is outdated and has been replaced by the Image Sheets guide.
Those who read the previously published tutorial on uploading photos to Facebook are already familiar with the Facebook single sign-on functionality that’s now available in Corona. But for those who missed the previous tutorial, and for the sake of having one-stop resource for helping you get single sign-on to play nicely with your app, we’ve […]