So in my super neglected ‘everyday’ series (inspired by Beeple’s everydays located here) I created a method for you to programmatically create a todo list, complete with subtasks from Corona to your Habitica account. All you’ll need is the API key and User ID key from your Habitica account and you’re good to go!
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.
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. Continue Reading
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 characters onto a battlefield, or design layout like placing plants in a yard. Whatever! You’re only limited by your imagination…..and, well the amount of images you can fit into the bar on the side. 🙂
If you’re interested in more functionality, like a scrollview to contain limitless images, and a cool directory scanner so you can load all your images contained in one directory, head on over to the Fancy Pallete page to purchase the code for a mere $5!
PS Oh, images are borrowed from http://androidarts.com/spaceconquest/gamedesign.htm , an amazingly talented guy!