Photics said:I'm not switching to Corona... not now anyway... but this does send a powerful message to the GameSalad community. How is it possible that Corona can stay in business with such affordable software prices, but GameSalad had to go with a GameSalad Direct® only option?How is it possible that Carlos — one of the founders of Ansca Mobile — finds the time to post on their forum... and even my website... but the GameSalad team is forced into silence?How is it possible that Corona can have a roadmap, but GameSalad does not?Something's wrong in Austin... fix it quick or your competitors will eat your lunch.
dhondon said:I'd rather work harder than lose my independence.
jweaver911 said:The performance potential that Corona offers is not possible with GameSalad. I'm just regretful that I haven't spent the time that I have using GameSalad to learn Lua. My short time tinkering with it leads me to believe it's not that hard. And the lack of GUI really isn't too bad, seeing as how you get to refresh your "corona simulator" with a simple CMD R and see your creation in an instant.I have jon's game and can say that it controls just a as good as doodle jump. It's smooth.
Hunnenkoenig said:I would give Corona a try if it would have a GUI.I don't understand, why there is no GUI or at least some kind of menu.I think, it is not hard to make a GUI for a Lua script based app.If they would make a GUI, even more people would use it.I don't want to learn Lua script, because I am not the programmer guy. I can't sit before a white page and write pages of codes into it.
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butterbean said:QS: I couldn't agree with you more, the tool is really what you make of it Very well said mate!
rdcube said:I think we all agree that is not the tool, is how y'all use it.