When it comes to mobile development, many developers are unsure as to which platform they should develop for; Should they develop for iOS devices or should they develop for Android? In terms of the market, both Google and Apple account for about 90% of smartphone users, so in a perfect world you should really be developing for both. This is where things get a bit tricky. Both Google and Apple have their own requirements and coding languages that force developers to make two separate apps in two different languages. Most companies are burdened by this as the time and cost to develop for each platform is then doubled. Luckily for us, there’s a program called Corona SDK.
Corona SDK is a software product that enables cross-platform development at the touch of a button. All you have to do is write your app in Lua, Corona’s core (easy to learn) coding language, then let the program compile for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, and Nook devices. Corona SDK not only makes it possible to write once and compile twice, but it also allows for faster app development through its extensive API library. The API library, particularly developed for ease of use, has the ability to create a widget or animation using only one line of code. Yes one line of code! Corona SDK has a very powerful framework behind it that allows for simple, easy to use code that can also be testing in real time almost instantly. No more having wait for updates and sift through code trying to trouble shoot. View your updates on a dime and save yourself money and time.comments powered by Disqus