Book review: Corona SDK Application Design

When Packt Publishing asked me to review the Corona SDK Application Design book by Daniel Williams I was more than happy to read this book. Actually, I had been staring at this book before on the Amazon site; wondering to buy or not to buy. After reading the book I was positively surprised.

Let me start with with the most surprising part, Daniel Williams succeed to explain the basics of the Corona SDK in only 98 pages, which is a perfect size if you want to get more acquainted with the Corona SDK platform before starting a complete study out of it, and reading long introduction chapters before the exciting parts start. So in case you are not sure if you like Corona SDK or if it will fit your development needs, the Corona SDK Application Design book is a good choice. Having said that, as the book is relatively small in size, this book is not very suitable, if you’re looking for a complete reference guide.

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