When I started with Lua in 2016, I had borderline zero coding experience. Everything I've learned about the language has come from online forums and the resources below. If you have come across resources you think should be included here and don't see them, drop me a line and let me know!

MA-share.net

This was the very beginning for me, when I knew nothing about the language or coding in general. The tutorial I started from can be found here, and is fantastic for the most beginner of beginners to understand. The forum as a whole has been growing a lot in the last year as a resource for Lua programming in MA.
Check it Out

Programming In Lua (The Official Book for the Lua)

This book has been and continues to be a fantastic resource for me as I learn. The book is written by the same people who have built the language. When you buy it, you are directly supporting the development of the Lua project. And it is, in my opinion, a very well laid-out resource with a lot of good examples to help you grasp the concepts it covers.
Get your Copy Here!

Lua-Users Wiki

A massive collection of resources for understanding and utilizing Lua programming, from the initial installation, to tutorials, to code samples, to links to outside resources, to extension library modules, and much more. Bookmark this page and make it your friend.
Go to the Wiki Page

MA2 Lua Facebook Group

A Facebook page I've recently found specifically for Lua in MA. I'm still exploring it myself. Seems geared toward helping beginners to Lua programming in MA.
Go to the Facebook Page

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