This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Everyday 3DBusted out yet another one.
CoronaSDK example of creating random bars that expand and contract. Good for fake dials or guages maybe? High tech. Includes nice cleanup method, and groups them all into a table for easy maintenance. Source: https://github.com/mroberti/randombars Enjoy!
This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Everyday CodingAnd here’s my Everyday Code project offering in LUA. A Military Unit name generator: here Made in pure LUA, you can enjoy creating fake unit names like:
This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Everyday 3DAfter watching the amazing Beeple’s presentation (Which is pure comedy gold, because he’s so humble and unassuming while dropping F bombs left and right) he inspired me to attack “Everydays” projects. So here’s my stab at it…round 1! I’m gonna start …
The usefulness of SQLite far exceeds the ability to merely save out player data, high scores, etc. to the device you’re deploying to. You can use a database for the actual mechanics of your game.
Yeah, you need it. A simple, easy to configure high-tech looking scanner. For backgrounds, for nerdy matrix style freakage. Yeah. You crave it. Well, enjoy this! Grab it here! Happy Coding! Mario
Yes! You want to just get on with your coding, so here it is! The FANCY drag and drop palette for Corona. Pretty neat eh? Grab it! Do eeet! You know you want to…. Update will include flags for setting the palette on any border of the screen, top left right …
Here’s a simple example of dragging and dropping images from a palette to the screen. You can click and drag the desired item to the black area and release it; thus creating a new instance of the chosen image. This would be handy for a layout sort of situation; placing …
I came across a situation where I wanted to test enter a bunch of fake users in my user-management system. I didn’t want to have to come up with a dozen or so fake names/usernames/passwords/addresses/emails/phone numbers so I came across this in my travels: http://www.json-generator.com/
This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Backendless with CoronaBack for round #2, eh? (if you missed the first post which was about registering users, read it here) Well, let’s dive in. This one should be pretty quick.