50 Open Source Mobile Tools In a relatively short period of time, mobile devices have become ubiquitous in the workplace. A recent survey of enterprise and small business workers found that just 3 percent of organizations ban their employees from using personal iPads or iPhones for business use, and only 7 percent ban Android devices. In fact, 40 percent of organizations provide iPhones for more than a quarter of employees, and 25 percent provide Android-based smartphones. The open source community has responded to this trend with a host of new projects, including solutions that help enterprises track and manage mobile devices, mobile development tools for creating new apps and open source apps that enable greater productivity. This month, we've put together a list of 50 of these tools that are worth notice.
Create an Audio QR Code Follow the Steps Below These are the directions for creating a QR code that will allow the user to play audio upon scanning the code. This function would serve you well if you wanted to deliver instructions for learning centers (science investigations, for example), presentations, and in so many other ways. Classroom Management System Don’t have a Voki Classroom account? Easily manage your students' work with class accounts. Manage Students The Google Classroom Quick-Start Guide + tips and tricks! Google Classroom makes organizing and managing all of your Google Apps activities streamlined and easy. Set it up in minutes. (Sketch by Matt Miller) Thousands of teachers are certainly finding their way to Google Classroom.
Creative Commons Many Flickr users have chosen to offer their work under a Creative Commons license, and you can browse or search through content under each type of license. Here are some recently added bits and pieces: Attribution License Développer du homebrew en langage basic aujourd'hui... c'est possible #include "hardware.zxi"#include "sprite.zxi"#include "random.zxi"#include "test.zxi" dim joy as UBytedim frameTimer as UInteger const VisibleMinX as UByte = 16const VisibleMaxX as UByte = 256 - 16const VisibleMinY as UByte = 0const VisibleMaxY as UByte = 192 const VisibleTilesMaxY as UByte = (VisibleMaxY - VisibleMinY) / 16 const BackgroundCharMaxY as UByte = 28const BackgroundPixelMaxY as UByte = BackgroundCharMaxY * 8
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