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Corona Enterprise is now free

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Corona Labs has announced a big change with their 2D engine: Corona Enterprise, the native-extensions product is now free. 

Starting today, developers can get a combined package that includes the standard Simulator-based product and the native-based product (formerly Corona Enterprise). And naturally, the next public release of Corona will also be a similar combined product.

Don't know about Corona? From their website:

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Corona is a free, cross-platform framework ideal for creating games and apps for mobile devices and desktop systems. Using the powerful but easy-to-learn Lua scripting language, over 1000 built-in APIs, a vast selection of plugins, and Corona Native extensions (C/C++/Obj-C/Java), you can bring your app dreams to reality. You can even monitor projects instantly on multiple devices using Live Builds. 

Read more at: https://coronalabs.com/blog/2017/06/21/welcome-to-the-new-corona/


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