Scratch controlling Minecraft – Cymplecy (Simplesi) If you have another computer that can run Scratch 1.4 that is networked with a Raspberry Pi , then you can use it to interact with the Minecraft world on the Pi. You’l need to find out the IP address of your other computer – for this exercise I’ll assume its 10.11.12.13 so you’ll need to substitute your real address To do this, run ScratchGPIO on your Pi and add On Green Flag – broadcast Connect10.11.12.13 This hands over ScratchGPIO control to your main computer So run up Scratch 1.4 on your main computer and enable Remote Sensor Connections (RSC) by right-clicking on the last Sensor block and enabling it. Xamarin for Visual Studio - Build native mobile apps in C# for iOS, Android, Mac and Windows - Xamarin Directly edit storyboards Double-click a storyboard file to edit it in the IDE. Drag-and-drop controls to build screens, name controls to create fields, and double-click to add handlers without switching to Xcode. More accurate than Xcode View controllers and controls are a pixel-perfect representation of screens as they will appear when running on iOS devices.
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Sample Projects - App Inventor for Android with Studio-Based Learning These are some of the projects that my students created using App Inventor for Android within a Studio-Based Learning environment. All of these were created at Ball State University in Fall 2009, as part of the experimental CS116 section. These students collaborated on the course site that explains these projects and others in the students own words. The projects were created with the pre-release version of App Inventor for Android and can no longer be downloaded and executed; however, they are still a good indication of the breadth and depth of projects made possible with this technology. Picademy - Free Professional Development from Raspberry Pi Picademy is the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s FREE teacher training initiative. Our goal is to give educators the experience and tools they need to teach computing with confidence. Why Picademy? Getting started with the computing curriculum can be daunting. There’s a host of hardware and programming languages, and an array of technical terminology. However, the barrier to getting started is rarely technical proficiency or programming knowledge.
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Gallery — Matplotlib 3.1.0 documentation This gallery contains examples of the many things you can do with Matplotlib. Click on any image to see the full image and source code. You can embed Matplotlib directly into a user interface application by following the embedding_in_SOMEGUI.py examples here. Cody & Roby Cody & Roby is the name of a new series of DIY games that provide the easiest way to start playing with coding and robotics at any age, without computers, tablets or smartphones. Download your DIY starter kit! Roby is a robot who executes instructions, Cody is a coder who provides instructions. At the beginning there are only three instructions: move forward, turn left, and turn right. Each instruction is represented by an arrow drawn on a card. During a game Cody selects a card and passes it to Roby, who moves on a chessboard accordingly.