App
Inventor Programming 

Important Links

Download Apps


TextGroup Tutorial

TextGroup Apk File Here

Modification= SMS Group


BrickBreaker APK File


Locate My Car Modification

QR Code - You will need a Smartphone with a QR Code reader to make this LINK work.

Brick Breaker QR

Online App Inventor

 

The Block Editor

The Phone Emulator

App Inventor Tutorial

The screencast above is a tutorial on how I used App Inventor to create the app that I made. In the video you will see the different elements that I used like the actual web page to create the design, the blocks editor to create the programming of the app, and the emuloator to be able to view the app.
Link to Narration Outline - Script
Link to Review from Student #1 (reviews that were made for your work)
Link to Review from Student #2 (reviews that were made for your work)
Link to Review from Student #3 (reviews that were made for your work)

My Reviews (Rubrics you completed for other Students
Link to Rubric #1  (Obel Hernandez)
Link to Rubric #2  (Messlee Ruiz)
Link to Rubric #3  (Brenda Carillo)

Other Programing Languages

Scratch

Scratch is a programming language learning environment enabling beginners to get results without having to learn syntactically correct writing first. Created by the MIT Media Lab, it is intended to motivate for further learning through playfully experimenting and creating projects, such as interactive animations, games, etc. Advocates suggest that individuals who use Scratch at a young age develop a solid foundation of knowledge that can help prepare them for the use of higher level programming languages and math. 

www.alice.org


Alice is an innovative 3D programming environment that makes it easy to create an animation for telling a story, playing an interactive game, or a video to share on the web. Alice is a freely available teaching tool designed to be a student's first exposure to object-oriented programming. It allows students to learn fundamental programming concepts in the context of creating animated movies and simple video games

SNAP 

http://snap.berkeley.edu

Another alternitive to Scratch, like these

is a visual, drag-and-drop programming language. It is an extended reimplementation of Scratch (a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab) that allows you to Build Your Own Blocks. It also features first class lists, first class procedures, and continuations. These added capabilities make it suitable for a serious introduction to computer science for high school or college students. SNAP! runs in your browser. It is implemented using Javascript, which is designed to limit the ability of browser-based software to affect your computer, so it's safe to run even other people's projects, even if you don't trust our competence or good intentions.SNAP! is presented by the University of California at Berkeley.