Corona is a cross-platform framework ideal for rapidly creating apps and games for mobile devices and desktop systems. That means you can create your project once and publish it to multiple types of devices, including Apple iPhone and iPad, Android phones and tablets, Amazon Fire, Mac Desktop, Windows Desktop, and even connected TVs such as Apple TV, Fire TV, and Android TV.
Using Corona, you can publish to all major platforms from a single code base, including Apple iPhone and iPad, Android phones and tablets, Amazon Fire, Mac Desktop, Windows Desktop, and even connected TVs such as Apple TV, Fire TV, and Android TV. No separate projects or rewrites needed!
Over the span of 8 years Corona has evolved into a mature, battle-tested framework. Over 1000 APIs give you access to sprite animations, audio and music, Box2D physics, object tweening, advanced graphical filters, particle emitters, networking, system controls, texture management, native elements, data, and much more.
Corona uses Lua, a powerful and easy-to-learn scripting language, backed up with extensive documentation. Lua is designed to be lightweight, fast, yet powerful. It is used in major titles such as Civilization, Warcraft, and countless indie games. Designers also tend to love Lua because it’s very approachable and it offers plain, forgiving syntax — if you’ve never coded before, Lua and Corona is a perfect place to start!
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