A simple tutorial teaching you to modularize your code.
For those of you unfamiliar with what this means, it is to spread your code out into different files.
This might not sound like a hugely useful practice, especially if you are still new to Corona and have yet to feel the need for better organization.
Although very basic this tutorial demonstrates some very useful techniques; including simple use of “params”, which is most useful when you need to add multiple identical objects.
The downloadable project file is well commented and as you have likely come to expect by now, the customary “Peach pic” is also present – you can make five of me using the example if you want!
Anyway, this is just a little tutorial I’m hoping will help some of you out – learning to do this was something that I found thrilling and while it’s just par the course now it is still very rewarding to see your code laid out neatly.
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