Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
Corona Labs, a leading mobile software company and creator of the award-winning Corona SDK, will be featured at GMIC SV, the Silicon Valley version of Asia’s most influential mobile internet conference. The hands-on developer workshop and demo of Corona SDK will take place on Friday, October 19 from 9:30-11:30am. Engaging with an audience of over 5,000 mobile entrepreneurs, executives, investors, and developers from around the world, the company will demo its leading cross-platform mobile development framework.
Corona SDK is the world’s most advanced development platform. Over 150,000 major game studios, global agencies and independent developers have used Corona SDK to build rich, interactive games, beautiful eBooks, and business apps. The Corona SDK APIs, ease of use and ability to build for iOS, Android, NOOK and Kindle Fire devices from a single code base, result in development times that are ten times faster than the alternatives.
“It’s a tremendous honor to present Corona SDK at Silicon Valley’s most prestigious mobile event,” says Walter Luh, CEO of Corona Labs. “Corona SDK empowers hundreds of thousands of developers to create stunning mobile content in record time. The opportunity to demo at GMIC SV speaks on the impact Corona SDK is having on the mobile market, making development accessible to creative professionals around the world.”
Please join Corona Labs’ workshop at GMIC SV on Friday, October 19 from 9:30-11:30am in Code Lab A, at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center.
About Corona Labs
Corona Labs Inc. is a venture-backed mobile software company based in Palo Alto, CA. Corona Labs’ flagship product, the award-winning Corona SDK, democratizes app development by empowering developers, from independents to large studios, to create cross-platform applications, games and eBooks for iOS™, Android™, Kindle Fire®, and NOOK™. Boasting a community of over 150,000 developers worldwide, apps built with Corona have had more than 1,000,000,000 sessions in the past ten months alone.