(awesome name, how'd you come up with it? /grin jk :) )
Yah the big link up there at the top for Documentation is a good place to start. It sounds like you already perhaps worked through "Getting Started", but if not, that's an important place to start as it shows you how to set up your text editor, etc.
Follow that up with the "Tools Guide" for a quick exposure to the local build process and some debugging tools.
Now you're up to the "App Programming Guide" which is a pretty good introduction to Lua, especially if you've programmed before. If you have not, then you'll likely need something a little lower level. A quick trip to google shows a multitude of resources, but I always end up at the source... www.lua.org. They still offer the original 5.0 online book "Programming in Lua" which is still very pertinent to the 5.1 release and is an easy, good read. You can find it here:
There is a version of it for 5.1 (which is what Corona uses), but you have to buy it. That said, Lua is a free language and needs support, so buying it helps continue development on that project. I'd also point out the second edition does indeed contain a lot of good info as well as updates to the 5.1 language.
So there ya go, hope that helps you out.
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