Monthly Archive: November 2014

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

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

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

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

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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