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Hi all, wanted to share this post I wrote up:

Basically, I discuss Lua's prominent place in the iPhone ecosystem.  It's embedded in a lot of #1 selling apps in the iPhone store (such as DinerDash, Angry Birds, and even TapTap Revenge!) and used by major iPhone game studios and top iPhone developers.  

As I discuss in the blog post, given that our apps are structured in the same fashion as these top-selling games, we continue to believe that Corona will be fine.


p.s. in other news, we also announced a private Beta for Android a few weeks back (see the video here: that we've been seeding to our customers.

On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 12:17 PM, Enrico Colombini <> wrote:

probably means: Corona & Co. are not allowed because we can't see the
source, but you may use Lua et similia as long as you include the full C
source and not any precompiled code.

On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 12:55 PM, steve donovan
<> wrote:

I believe that is how the Corona SDK works, based upon a reading of