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What are Actors? on Stencylpedia. By Jon (Updated on 2015-10-21) This article introduces you to the key concepts behind actors.

What are Actors? on Stencylpedia

Because Actor concepts are intertwined, it's useful to get a little exposure to each before delving into full detail. Eyes. Download the image files from here: eyes.zip Extract the zip file to your desktop.

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Download the Word Tutorial from here: SpinningEyes.doc Alternatively download a PDF version on the tutorial from here: SpinningEyes.pdf Download the Word Tutorial from here: MovingEyes.doc Alternatively download a PDF version on the tutorial from here: MovingEyes.pdf. CDS. Story 6 suggested activities. Getting Started with MIT App Inventor 2. App Inventor is a cloud-based tool, which means you can build apps right in your web browser.

Getting Started with MIT App Inventor 2

This website offers all the support you'll need to learn how to build your own apps. The App Inventor software, or "service" is at ai2.appinventor.mit.edu. You can get there by clicking the orange "Create Apps! " button from any page on this website. App of the Month Program. Congratulations to the September winners!

App of the Month Program

Read profiles on past winners! Congratulations to the August youth winners! Congratulations to the August adult winners! Congratulations to the July youth winners! Course In A Box Intro. How do you...? Learn to build Android apps. About. Example 1. How do you start and pause a sound file when the user clicks a button? App Inventor. This curriculum was developed by the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), using materials adapted from MIT's App Inventor, AppInventor.org, the University of San Francisco, the MobileCSP curriculum, App Inventor EDU, the Royal Society, Code Studio, IDEO, and Common Sense Media.

App Inventor

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Please contact us if you are an educator who would like access to the teacher resources. More information about computer science in SFUSD can be found at CSinSF.org. Sign in|Report Abuse|Print Page|Powered By Google Sites. How To Make An Android App: Your Guide to MIT App Inventor. Android app development isn’t always simple.

How To Make An Android App: Your Guide to MIT App Inventor

MIT’s App Inventor is the easiest way to learn how to make an Android app, but if you don’t know how to get started our latest guide can help. From author James Sherar, “Make Your Own Android App: Your Unofficial Intro To MIT App Inventor” goes over the basics of making your very own app for Android using the educational App Inventor tool. Take the first step toward learning to make apps instead of just using them. App Inventor makes Android app development highly visual, and highly intuitive. Piskel - Megaman moving. Tool shortcuts P Pen tool V Vertical Mirror pen B Paint bucket tool A Paint all pixels of the same color E Eraser tool L Stroke tool R Rectangle tool C Circle tool M Move tool S Rectangle selection Z Shape selection U Lighten O Color picker Misc shortcuts.

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Hack. on Scratch. Sign in or Register. Sign in or Register. Sign in or Register. DMP Electronics INC. 86Duino. Tutorials for App Inventor. Εφαρμογές για Android από τους μαθητές του 2ου ΕΠΑΛ Ευόσμου - home. CDS. App Inventor Tutorial 11. Part 1: Basic Bluetooth communications using App Inventor. This tutorial covers basic App Inventor Bluetooth communications code.

Part 1: Basic Bluetooth communications using App Inventor

Subsequent tutorials will add additional features. To implement and test this sample code, you need access to two Android devices – one to act as a Bluetooth “server” and the other to act as a “Bluetooth” client. TalkToMePart1. Video Tutorials (AI2) Course In A Box Intro. Course Introduction. The Course-in-a-Box is a set of on-line materials to help teachers design App Inventor courses and/or modules.

Course Introduction

The course outline and materials are modeled after Professor David Wolber's course, "Computing, Mobile Apps, and the Web" at the University of San Francisco, which he has taught since a Google App Inventor pilot in 2009. You are welcome to use and have your students use the course materials directly, link to the materials, copy and remix them (citations/links are welcomed!)

Learn to build Android apps. Java Bridge.