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Coronium Cloud Platform
Started by develephant Jan 18 2014 09:28 PM

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Coronium is a Lua based cloud application platform for use with Corona SDK, allowing you to incorporate server-side MySQL, MongoDB, PHP, Lua and Push easily into your Corona SDK apps and games.

 

You can learn more about the project at http://wiki.coronium.org

 

Join the Coronium Google Group to stay up to date, test, and make suggestions.

 

Cheers.



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Great screencast. Looks very nice. Please sign me up as a tester and let me know when I can start. Thanks

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Awesome develephant!  This looks great, very nice job on the video.

 

I've always struggled with implementing the php on the server side and will be thrilled to be able to use lua code on it now.

 

Nail



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Cool beans, sign me in as well please

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Hello,

 

I appreciate the feedback.  I'll be sending out updates on the Coronium Google group, so make sure you join up.

 

Cheers.



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I joined the group. This sounds great :)

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Great stuff!



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Could this be used for turnbased multiplayer?



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@aliennude It certainly can.  It's one of the reasons I'm building it.  Once the project matures I'll be spending time showing how to do it.

 

Be sure to follow on the Google group.

 

Cheers.



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I've posted an overview of the MySQL adapter here for those interested.

 

Cheers.

 

 

 

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This is amazing! Breakneck speed. Thanks for putting all this energy into this project. Most excited!!!



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very cool! so basically, we also will be able to get direct access to the database? like, for example, we have made a bug and want to restore the consumables of a user, we could simply access the database by web console etc?



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@dingo I don't have much experience with the IAP side of things, so I can't answer you there.  But the MySQL adapter basically allows you to connect to any MySQL database that you have access to, locally or hosted elsewhere.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Cheers.



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I've got 2 more test accounts if anyone wants to just noodle around with the Lua Cloud Code.  They are temporary accounts on private instances so there is nothing to lose.

 

Drop me a line at coronium at develephant dot com if interested.

 

Cheers.



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@develephant has been an absolute gem to work with. I am happy to have access to one of his test instances and will be taking Coronium for a spin later today. Will report back on my early experience knowing full well that this is early alpha phase. Still a very capable middleware it seems to be. Thank you very much!!!



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Hey Develephant. I joined the google group but didn't get access yet. I would love to give this a whirl.

PS: you do a very professional voice over. Are you open to doing a voice over for a project for some cash? Just talking theoretically here :)

Thanks

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Well, basically I just need access to all the data.

 

But this is great. This means that me or someone could simply do the whole SQL tables and all, and we have a turn based mechanism pretty fast. We only would need to use your adapter and write a few methods.

 

Awesome.

@dingo I don't have much experience with the IAP side of things, so I can't answer you there.  But the MySQL adapter basically allows you to connect to any MySQL database that you have access to, locally or hosted elsewhere.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Cheers.



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Just finished setting up my test instance of Coronium running on @Develephant's server running against my MySQL server running on my server. I am able to run through the CRUD samples @Develephant demo'ed in his video earlier on. Next step is to tie it to my simple app using bunch of newEditFields etc. Fun stuff!!! Way to go @Develephant!!!

 

More to follow...



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@ksan: go for it!



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@Gremlin Interactive Thanks for the kind feedback, of course I think I could improve it a lot, but I'd be interested if the opportunity arose. :)  Not sure why you didn't get in the group, I thought it was set to allow new users automatically.  I'll take a look.

 

@ksan You are my hero right now.  Break that thing. :)

 

Got a couple other testers coming on board today as well.  Thanks for the feedback and help everyone.

 

Cheers.



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Heh heh. If you keep this up we'll have to get you a bigger "Cat's Pyjamas" award.  :)



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You guys are having too much fun - looking forward to join in as soon as I an done with my other stuff here :)



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@atanas Just give me the word.  Weekend is coming up.  Good times for hacking. ;)



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Hey develephant. Thanks for the reply. I would love to play with this at the weekend.

Here is my email to invite me if you would be so kind: info [at] gremlininteractive.com

Thank you so much and keep up the great work!

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Break that thing. :)

 

This is unbelievable. Since @develephant gave me the license to "break this thing" I went all out.  :)

 

Basically, I'm coding a simple demo using a MySQL server in a good old 3-tier client/server architecture (anyone here from the 90s? :-) only this time with the client running on mobile and hooking up via 3G. No local storage at all. All running realtime against the server going through Coronium calls. A very unlikely use-case given the fragility & latency introduced over the internet etc. Despite it all, Coronium is not only helping me cut down hundred of lines of both PHP & lua it is surprisingly running very fast and stable as well. 

 

This has to be the best 0.1 alpha code I have ever seen. Great job @develephant!!! Keep it going please. 




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