Monthly Archive: October 2014

Sensors: How to use the Orientation Sensor 3

Sensors: How to use the Orientation Sensor

Smart phones and tablets contain several kinds of “sensors” to sense information about their environment. For example, an accelerometer provides information about movement of the phone (or tablet) – letting us know the speed...

Some history behind App Inventor 1

Some history behind App Inventor

The history of App Inventor extends, in part, back to the 1980s, at least, which may sound odd. App Inventor is a project, today, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology but is based on...

Controlling the sprite animation with your finger on the screen 0

Controlling the sprite animation with your finger on the screen

In the prior tutorial, we created a sprite-based bouncing animation – which is surprisingly easy to do in App Inventor. But how might we make the animation interactive? Such as touching the bouncing object...

What type of App Inventor tutorials do you prefer? 0

What type of App Inventor tutorials do you prefer?

I have created an online poll – see side bar at right of this post – to learn about what type of tutorials you prefer? Please click on your choice —> at right!  Do...

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