This tutorial will teach you how to save and load data in your Corona SDK iPhone or Android application.
That’s right! It’s 9 AM on Sunday the 3rd and already I am posting a tutorial I didn’t expect to get done for at least another week.
I know a LOT of you have been eagerly awaiting this one and I figured I would get the month off to a good, productive start by staying up and writing this tutorial for all of you.
Everything you need to know to save and load data from/to your iPhone (or Android) app is right here. It’s a modified version of the code I used in Pocket Pet Rock and works perfectly.
I am very, very excited to have been able to get this done overnight – I think it will help a lot of people make better apps. (I know my next app is shaping up wonderfully thanks to being able to save and load data!)
Enjoy! (*You will want to open menu.lua first.)
I’m off for a well earned rest!
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