Walter Luh is the creator of Corona SDK.
Corona is a cross-platform SDK for native apps. It empowers thousands of developers to develop apps 5-10x faster and deploy them across the iOS App Store and Android-based marketplaces. Corona-powered apps have surpassed 20 million downloads in 2011 alone. They have reached the top of the charts such as the #1 Android game Blast Monkeys and the #1 iOS app Bubble Ball developed by a 14-year old.
Prior to co-founding Ansca, Walter served as lead architect of the Adobe Flash Lite engineering team. He has a proven track record of shipping successful products from mobile runtimes like Flash Lite to industry-standard desktop products like Appleâ€™s Final Cut Pro.
Co-founder and CEO, Board of Directors
Mar, 2008 - Current (over 8 years)
Board & Advisor Roles (1)Update
|Nov 30, 2015||TechCrunch - Perk.com Buys Corona Labs For $2.3 Million, Will Combine Cross-Platform App Development With A Rewards Platform|
|Nov 30, 2015||Vator.tv - Rewards platform Perk.com acquires Corona Labs for $2.3M|
|Mar 3, 2015||Venture Beat - Corona Labs mobile game-development platform goes free|
|Nov 5, 2014||Tech Vibes - Fuse Powered Acquires Silicon Valley Startup|
|Nov 4, 2014||Venture Beat - Fuse Powered acquires 2D game engine maker Corona Labs (exclusive)|
|Mar 20, 2013||The Next Web - Corona Labs' Cloud Platform Brings High-End App Features To Developers|
|Dec 14, 2012||Venture Beat - Corona Labs acquires cloud service provider Game Minion|
|Dec 13, 2012||TechCrunch - Cross-Platform Mobile Dev Company Corona Labs Acquires Gaming Cloud Service Provider Game Minion|