MIT App Inventor is a web application development environment. Originally developed by Google, and now maintained by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It is free and open-source software.
It allows newcomers to computer programming to create application software for two operating systems: Android, and iOS. It uses a graphical user interface (GUI) very similar to the programming languages Scratch. It allows users to drag and drop visual objects to create an application that can run on android devices.
We will take advantage of MIT App Inventor’ Drag and Drop programming language that to create mobile apps and games, Accesses mobile device features, enables users to share fully functional Android apps.
What you’ll learn:
- Building apps by selecting components and specifying their behavior.
- Using the Component Designer to select components.
- Adding media (sounds and images) to apps by uploading them from your computer.
- Using the Blocks Editor to assemble blocks that define the components’ behavior.
- Testing apps with App Inventor’s live testing. This lets you see how apps will look and behave on the device, step by step, even as you’re building them.
- Packaging the apps, you build and downloading them to a device.
- Lectures 12
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 1 hour
- Language Arabic
- Students 55
- Assessments Yes