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Scanning bar codes and QR Codes with App Inventor Apps

Scanning bar codes and QR Codes with App Inventor Apps

Overview App Inventor supports scanning of product identification “bar codes” and QR codes. Bar codes are typically found on consumer product packaging. QR codes are used for web addresses (so you can scan the...

App Inventor introduces copy and paste of code blocks!

App Inventor introduces copy and paste of code blocks!

App Inventor has introduced “copy and paste” of code blocks. Now you can copy blocks of code within a current screen, or from one screen to another screen, or even between projects. This is...

Is there a good way to print App Inventor blocks code?

Is there a good way to print App Inventor blocks code?

I do not think there is any good way to make print outs of the App Inventor blocks code. What I do is: In Windows 7 (also works in Vista and newer version) is...

Part 1: Basic Bluetooth communications using App Inventor

Part 1: Basic Bluetooth communications using App Inventor

This tutorial covers basic App Inventor Bluetooth communications code.   Subsequent tutorials will add additional features. To implement and test this sample code, you need access to two Android devices – one to act as...

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