Looking back

It seems that the general populace that reads the Ansca CoronaSDK blogs are mostly beginners developers. I do not mean segregation in a demeaning way, it just means that a majority of the developers are still grappling with the concepts of development. Then there are the few that come from a computer science background or know about development, but are trying to get their head around Lua, mapping from C/C++/C#/Java/VB/Objective-C type code to Lua. These are the intermediate developers and then the advance developers that have prior experience and also have gotten their head around Lua pretty well.

I posted two blogs on the Ansca Forums as a Guest blogger, I do not know how many unique hits I got on that blog, but the common feedback on one of them was "Woah! Head Exploding" I can fully understand that, as it took me a while to get my head around that too, but when I finished playing with it, it was all perfectly clear in about 1-2 hours. I even posted an entry about making your own logical language, where I added the IsA_, is_ relationships and queries. I got a very few number of people looking at that.

Point, there is no point in presenting the people sonic travel if they are still grappling with getting on a train. So, I guess it will be back to simpler topics for a while, you know back to basics, so if there is something you are after, please suggest topics that you might want to read about.



  1. i'd like to read about coroutines and practical usage of them

  2. Keep up the good work. I'll admit to be in the head-exploding category but it's in a "woah, now I gotta think about how to use this interesting functionality" sort of way.


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