This course unit or chapter will consider several ways to display and handle geographic maps.
Developing Android Apps with App Inventor is a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) offered by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) to give students hands-on experience in developing Android applications.
The app, built with App Inventor and Arduino, can control the bathtub to heat and fill water and keep water warm, it can also do all these in specified time.
This game a rock-paper-scissors game, the user make a choice of Rock, Paper or Scissors while the other player in the app makes a choice as well and the result is displayed together.
This is a simple project combining App Inventor and Microsoft Cognitive Services: Computer Vision API. The app can upload a picture to Microsoft Cognitive Services: Computer Vision API after the photo is taken, then retrieve information about the picture, such as a description, background color, foreground color and tags.
A collection of various tutorials to build apps and to learn how to use specific components. Tutorials include: sprites, lists, sorting, location sensor, procedures, Web component JSON response, and games.
Tutorial for building an app that allows the user to instruct an EV3 LEGO robot to do certain maneuvers and actions through voice commands. The user can pick one of several commands: forward, backward (reverse), stop, forward slow, forward fast, disconnect, circles, right turn (turn right), left turn (turn left).
A tutorial for how to build a mobile app that instructs an EV3 LEGO robot to search for a certain color on a white surface bordered by black. The user can pick one color out of red, green, blue, or yellow for the robot to search.
Send an email programmatically without user intervention from within an App Inventor app
Online middle school App Inventor curriculum that combines video lessons and units from other sites into 50-minute classes. This curriculum was built as a part of SFUSD’s Computer Science for All Students in SF effort.