#2015/12-2016/01 Useful links

Hi, guys! It’s already the begging of February (which means I haven’t posted a digest on time, oops!), and so I’m finally posting a joined digest from December and January! This time there is a bit of everything, with a slight advantage of music which I think is good, because you can start a new year with some swing ๐Ÿ˜‰

I really hope you’ll find these things useful. As always, the link to the previous digest is here.

Winter 2015-2016 digest

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#2015/11 Useful links

Hi, guys! It’s already December, but we still got to have the Useful links November digest, even though with a small delay! This one is concentrated more around Android and music, but also has some really interesting readings in other categories.

As always, link to the previous digest is here.

November 2015 digest

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#2015/10 Useful links

Hi, guys! We have the end of October (my favorite month ^^) and this means the time has come for a new Useful links digest! If you missed the last one, it’s here.

October 2015 digest

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DESIGN, UX/UI

What we learned from crafting Todoistโ€™s Material Design

3 steps to improve your gameโ€™s graphics

Halloween Icon Pack

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Best Practices in Corona SDK

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Some time ago I’ve posted a few tips & tricks when dealing with Corona SDK, and finally I got my hands on posting another portion of useful things in there! Below you can read about code style, saving persistent data, and getting community help.

Code style and work environment

  • Keep all in module manageable functions
  • Use camel-case style for functions and variables
  • Keep in mind 200 max variables limit per module
  • Always add one blank line to separate nested blocks, for example before the if block above (more than one line is unnecessary)
  • Keep game settings as a separate class, so it’s not mixed with screen’s lifecycles
  • Sublime 3 Beta is recommended for the development and for Sublime Corona plugin

Further info

Best Practices for Organizing Projects

Tutorial: The value of well-formatted code

Tutorial: Scope for beginners

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