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Getting Started with MIT App Inventor 2

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. 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. Setup Instructions: How to set up your phone for live testing (or, if you don't have a phone, how to start the emulator).Designer and Blocks Editor Overview: Gives a tour of the App Inventor environment.Beginner Tutorials: Highly recommended as the best way to get started programming in App Inventor.Packaging and Sharing Apps: After you have built an app, you can package it for your phone and share it with friends. What's different in the new version of App Inventor? Looking for the older version of App Inventor?

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AppInventor.org Modules Quizzes Each module includes: Lesson plans and lecture notes Tutorials and Video Screencasts Conceptual worksheets Creative projects Test Questions Assigned readings from the App Inventor book Module Pathways Module 1, "Intro to Event-Handling" provides an introduction to the App Inventor environment and the idea that an app is a set of event-handlers. App Inventor Tutorials and Examples: MySQL Probably you want to read this first: What is MySQL and what is a relational database? You can use this App Inventor example together with a php script on your web server to query your MySQL database on your web server. Shival Wolf already provided a nice App Inventor Classic - MySQL interface. I now "translated" his example into App Inventor 2 with a few adjustments.

ISTE-CTN - Monthly Newsletter Readings Skip to main content Get your brand new Wikispaces Classroom now and do "back to school" in style. guest| Join | Help | Sign In guest Connect App Inventor to MySQL Database In this tutorial I want to show you how to connect App Inventor to a MySQL database using PHP. I tried to keep everything as simple as possible while at the same time teaching enough so that you can do anything. You’ll be able to submit to, update and then receive a CSV file from the database using the PHP files below. You’ll also be able to limit access to data simply by creating a different PHP file for each person that would need to access the database.

App Inventor Get Started Follow these simple steps to build your first app. Tutorials Step-by-step guides show you how to build all kinds of apps. Learn Minecraft Hour of Code Grades 2+ | Blocks Moana: Wayfinding with Code Create an API (PHP) TinyWebDB is an App Inventor component that allows you to access the web from an Android app. You can use TinyWebDB to access a data source (API) or to store the app’s data persistently in a web database. These notes show you how to do the former– create an App-Inventor-compliant API that returns data to an App Inventor app. Apps To Google Play Every app you publish must have a VersionCode and a VersionName. You can set these in the designer under the properties panel for the Screen1 component. VersionCode is an integer value that will not be visible to Google Play Store users. It is used by other apps to check if your app has been upgraded or downgraded. It defaults to 1 and should be increased by one with every successive change whether it is a major change or a minor change.

VR, PBL, and OERs: Four High Hopes for Learning with Edtech in the New School Year Using technology in schools is no longer just about preparing our students for college and career. Not only do they need the skills to navigate and utilize technology, but they need to understand how technology can connect them with people, places, and resources that were previously unreachable. In 2014, I wrote about strategies for edtech success in the new school year, and in 2015, I wrote about edtech teaching trends for the new school year. Activities An Activity is an application component that provides a screen with which users can interact in order to do something, such as dial the phone, take a photo, send an email, or view a map. Each activity is given a window in which to draw its user interface. The window typically fills the screen, but may be smaller than the screen and float on top of other windows.

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