David and Annie Fox are award-winning multimedia producers and owners of the Electric Eggplant studio. Using Corona, the duo has developed two apps: Be Confident in Who You Are and Real Friends vs. the Other Kind, based on Annie’s young adult book series, Middle School Confidential.
David shares his experience working with Corona in creating a set of popular eBooks.
David – Please tell us about the background of your studio.
What type of apps does Electric Eggplant focus on?
How did you first hear about Corona and what interested you in the platform?
How has Corona improved your workflow and business operations?
A huge bonus of using Corona is the cross-platform capability. We were able to quickly bring the apps to the NOOK and Kindle Fire; this wouldn’t have been possible had we stayed with Objective-C.
Based on your experience building with Corona, would you recommend the platform to other developers?
Thanks for your contribution to the Corona community! What’s your next Corona-based project?
Corona SDK Apps by Electric Eggplant
Middle School Confidential 1: Be Confident in Who You Are
Middle school can be a serious pain with bullies putting you down, blowups threatening friendships, and real doubts about how you measure up. Good thing you don’t have to go it alone! Meet Mateo, Michelle, Jack, Jen, Chris, and Abby—six friends trying to figure out what middle school’s all about.
Middle School Confidential 2: Real Friends vs. the Other Kind
Middle school social drama can flare up without warning and turn your world upside down. At times like this, you may wonder, “Who are my real friends?” Based on the second book in the award-winning Middle School Confidential™ series, Real Friends vs. the Other Kind follows Jack, Jen, Chris, Abby, Mateo, and Michelle from the first app as they forge friendships and navigate tough social situations.