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20 ressources pour apprendre aux enfants à programmer et coder

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How to install Android 4.4 KitKat in Windows using VirtualBox Google’s confectionery legacy of Android operating systems has enough digital sugar to make you nauseous. It all started in 2009 with Android 1.5 Cupcake and now five years later, Google ‘s infatuation with sweets lives on through KitKat. KitKat is a great OS but you need the physical tablet or smartphone before you can actually play with it. 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. Teach Scratch Developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten with the MIT's Media Lab research group, Scratch is a new programming language that facilitates the creation of interactive, cartoons, games, musical compositions of stories, simulations and their shares on the Web. Scratch is a free software designed to introduce students from the age of 8, to fundamental concepts in mathematics and computer science. It is based on a fun of algorithmic approach, to help them to create, to reason and to cooperate. It also promotes the sharing on the Web. From 2007, the website was opened to allow everyone on the one hand to publish, so sharing its projects on the Web, and on the other hand to provide assistance to the implementation of Scratch. I - A.

Kidsruby.com Write Code You can see your code, run it, and see what it outputs all at the same time. This makes it a lot easier to learn. Try Code KidsRuby is real Ruby code. You can also do anything that "Hackety-Hack" can do like display messages. ⓔ Ready to move on from Scratch? Check out Pico-8! - Eduk8me Scratch is a great introduction to programming. By using code blocks, students and staff can quickly assemble a working program. But, the limitations of Scratch become more and more apparent as you try to create more sophisticated programs.

How to install Google Play Services on Genymotion Step by Step Due to Genymotion's fluidness and ease of use, it now becomes the most popular android emulator allows android developers to test their app directly on their computer. However, it still lacks of Google Services just like Google Play Store, Google Maps, etc. on Genymotion emulator which makes us developer not be able to test those functionalities that use Google Services for example GCM Push Notifications or Google Maps. Anyway it is not a problem anymore since there is some simple steps to do to make Google Services be avaiable on Genymotion with some help from CyanogenMod's gapps. Step 1: Install ARM Translation - The secret behind Genymotion's fluidness is its ROM is compiled to x86 to match the most popular computer's CPU Architecture. But CyanogenMod's gapps is compiled in ARM.

ScratchX What is ScratchX? ScratchX is a platform that enables people to test experimental functionality built by developers for the visual programming language Scratch. What's the difference between Scratch and ScratchX? Scratch is a programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations.

Lego's new toy robot teaches kids coding and engineering Lego Mindstorms robots have done wonders getting kids interested in science and programming. Now Lego Education is launching a new robot learning system, dubbed WeDo 2.0, to help teach kids about engineering, technology, and coding. The Lego Education WeDo 2.0 system is a combination of hardware and software that gives elementary school children more than 40 hours of hands-on projects. Lego Education, a division of Denmark’s Lego, unveiled the system at the 2016 International CES, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas this week. The robot itself is a wireless, tablet-ready system that is designed for a younger crowd. The company’s Lego Mindstorms robots are targeted at middle school and high school students, who use them to build robots that can complete tasks and win competitions.

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