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Learning MIT App Inventor : a hands-on guide to building your own android apps / Derek Walter and Mark Sherman.

By: Walter, Derek.
Contributor(s): Sherman, Mark.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Addison-Wesley Learning Series.Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Addison-Wesley, 2015Description: xxi, 216 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780133798630.Subject(s): Android (Electronic resource) | Application software -- DesignCall number: 005.3 Wa231L 2015
Contents:
Contents : 1 An Introduction to Programming -- 2 Building with MIT App Inventor -- 3 App Inventor Toolkit -- 4 Variables -- 5 Procedures -- 6 Working with Lists -- 7 Games and Animations -- 8 Multiple Screens and Debugging Techniques -- 9 Using Media -- 10 Sensors -- 11 Databases -- 12 Distributing an App -- Index.
Summary: "With MIT's App Inventor 2, anyone can build complete, working Android apps--without writing code! This complete tutorial will help you do just that, even if you have absolutely no programming experience. Unlike books focused on the obsolete Google version, Learning MIT App Inventor is written from the ground up for MIT's dramatically updated Version 2. The authors guide you step-by-step through every task and feature, showing you how to create apps by dragging, dropping, and connecting puzzle pieces--not writing code. As you learn, you'll also master expert design and development techniques you can build on if you ever do want to write code. Through hands-on projects, you'll master features ranging from GPS to animation, build high-quality user interfaces, make everything work, and test it all with App Inventor's emulator. (You won't even need an Android device!)" -- Back cover.
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Includes index.

Contents : 1 An Introduction to Programming -- 2 Building with MIT App Inventor -- 3 App Inventor Toolkit -- 4 Variables -- 5 Procedures -- 6 Working with Lists -- 7 Games and Animations -- 8 Multiple Screens and Debugging Techniques -- 9 Using Media -- 10 Sensors -- 11 Databases -- 12 Distributing an App -- Index.

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"With MIT's App Inventor 2, anyone can build complete, working Android apps--without writing code! This complete tutorial will help you do just that, even if you have absolutely no programming experience. Unlike books focused on the obsolete Google version, Learning MIT App Inventor is written from the ground up for MIT's dramatically updated Version 2. The authors guide you step-by-step through every task and feature, showing you how to create apps by dragging, dropping, and connecting puzzle pieces--not writing code. As you learn, you'll also master expert design and development techniques you can build on if you ever do want to write code. Through hands-on projects, you'll master features ranging from GPS to animation, build high-quality user interfaces, make everything work, and test it all with App Inventor's emulator. (You won't even need an Android device!)" -- Back cover.

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Walter, Derek. and Sherman, Mark. (2015). Learning MIT App Inventor : a hands-on guide to building your own android apps. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Addison-Wesley .

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