Monthly Archive: November 2014

Use Projects | Checkpoint to save a “Snap shot” of your App Inventor project 0

Use Projects | Checkpoint to save a “Snap shot” of your App Inventor project

Tip – Using Projects | Checkpoint As we develop our app code, we occassionally make changes that do not work. Sometimes our programming breaks a working app! When that occurs, we wish we had saved an copy...

Saving your App Inventor projects to your computer 2

Saving your App Inventor projects to your computer

Back up your App Inventor projects by saving them to your computer’s hard drive. To save a copy of an individual App Inventor project, open the project and select Projects | Export selected project (.aia)...

App Inventor Tutorial ebook now also available from Nook Books + others 1

App Inventor Tutorial ebook now also available from Nook Books + others

You can support this tutorial effort by purchasing a copy of the e-book from any of the following e-book vendors – thank you for your help! Sorry for the “spam” – this is to...

Changing an App Inventor button’s color continuously 3

Changing an App Inventor button’s color continuously

How to implement a button that continuously changes color, as demonstrated in this video example: The Designer View Create a simple user interface with two buttons – one to start the color change and the other to...

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