Summer App Camp

 

 

Open App Inventor in your browser and follow these links for the camp tutorials and exercises:

App Camp Part 1

App Camp Part 2

App Camp Part 3

App Camp Part 4

Viewing from Home

If you're following along at home, you'll first need to make sure you have set up your computer to run App Inventor.

Setting up your computer with App Inventor.

You will need to have a registered gmail account.  If you don't have one, go to www.google.com and click "Sign In" followed by "create an account for free"

Next, follow the directions here to set up your computer. This will involve downloading java (if necessary) and the App Inventor software. All of these things are absolutely free, and you don't need an Android device to start programming!

Apps on Devices

Click here for information on putting apps on your own devices.

Thank You!

A special thanks to Verizon Wireless for providing devices during the camp.

 

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