An important update on Corona, data collection and issues around COPPA and privacy policies.
Posts By: David
We’re happy to announce that support for Google Play game services is coming very soon to Corona. We worked with Google to get early access to their services and also with Chip Chain, a great Corona-based app, that supports the new functionality today. Read on!
Please read for a quick update on NOOK”s support of Google Play and how it affects Corona developers.
We’re excited to announce a new feature request/feedback tool that will help us be more responsive to the needs of Corona developers.
We are excited to announce that Corona Geek is coming into the Corona Labs fold! Join us in today’s Google+ Hangout to learn more.
A guest post by Tomas Martinez Buero, Corona Ambassador in Madrid, Spain. He talks about how designers can quickly learn to develop with Corona SDK and its implication for development teams. Together with Microfusa, he is organizing courses for designers to learn Corona in Spain.
We had a great event last week, in San Francisco, that showcased 3 different ways of building eBooks with Corona. Our speakers David Gross, Ron Martinez of Aerbook and Alex Souza of Kwik, demonstrated their respective platforms and how they are using Corona SDK in unique ways, to help others create high quality, interactive eBooks.
We are very excited to officially announce Corona Enterprise – a new product that builds on the core Corona SDK engine and adds the ability to call any native library.
We are even more excited about the great game studios that are using Corona Enterprise and have already published apps with it: flaregames and Mobicle. Read on!
By now most of you have heard about our new name, our celebration sweepstakes and may have had a chance to explore our new website. Those of you that haven’t, please check it out – we think you’ll find it to be a valuable resource. We’re also excited because there are a lot of under-the-covers benefits for us and we’ll be able to add/edit content more quickly and effectively.
More importantly, the new site is just the first step towards our goal of increasing and improving communication with our community. With this goal in mind, we’ll be working on a bunch of new initiatives in the next few weeks/months. I wanted to give you all a quick taste of just a few of these.