This may be a little late, but if you missed the news the book Corona SDK Mobile Game Development: Beginner’s Guide by Michelle M. Fernandez has been released and is available to purchase worldwide!
UPDATE: Unfortunately I won’t finish the book for now. But, you can get the book “Corona SDK Mobile Game Development: Beginner’s Guide” by Michele Fernandez: http://goo.gl/rb8g2
This is something that has been on the works and I feel it’s time to start talking about it already!
I’m writing the first dedicated book about the Corona SDK, and it will be published by a very good and known publisher. Although I can’t reveal which one yet.
The book will be beginner focused, but that doesn’t mean you won’t learn advanced subjects. Also if you already are a programmer or game developer, it will help you learn Lua and the whole Corona SDK.
You will learn Lua and almost all details of the Corona SDK. The book will be tutorial and example driven: you won’t read boring texts about this or that. You will be actually making games while learning Corona! It will be a ready-to-action book.
I will try to give weekly previews about the book, this way I can get your feedback of what you think and expect. Expect more news soon!
Getting news about the book
The last #iDevBlogADay for now
#iDevBlogADay has new rules, and for this reason, I have to give my spot to another person. It’s been almost 6 months of writing 4 posts per month. It was a pleasant and nice experience. And I could say that my time is over in a good moment: I have to focus on the book as well on the dozens of game development contracts I have on my hands.
That doesn’t mean the blog is over. I will keep writing and updating here, probably not weekly, but at least monthly (or weekly for the book previews). You can find constant updates from me on my Twitter @KarnakGames.
With #iDevBlogADay, my blog went from 200 visits/monthly to more than 4000, which is stable now. Thanks Miguel and all the community for the amazing #iDevBlogADay! And good luck for the blogger that is taking my spot.