I'm an app developer with a bunch of existing apps that I haven't really maintained for a while. They're all Objective-C native apps.
I've neglected them because I've been focusing on game development for the last few years using Unity.
I'd like to re-write a few of my best selling apps with new, fresh versions, and I was considering using Corona as a way of getting this done quickly (having not written Objective-C code for three years or so).
EDIT: (this makes more sense if I mention that I already know Lua).
I'm really struggling to find any decent information for actually using the "business related" widgets like tab bars, table views, etc, and I'm starting to get the feeling that maybe Corona just isn't really ready to be used for serious business app development?
For example, there only seems to be one TableView tutorial on the site, and it's for an old version of the widgets (?) and doesn't work with the current version of Corona (as far as I can tell).
There's some other references too, but I've hit a bunch of stuff that tells me the documents are extremely out of date, and then redirects me to generic SDK information. Not filling me with confidence.
So I guess the question is: am I missing something? Is there an area of tutorials that are more "up-to-date"? Am I better off going back down the Objective-C path for now, or can Corona really be used to create decent business apps?
Any input appreciated.