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MIT App Inventor Seminar

An introductory seminar to get started on MIT App Inventor
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Ravish Karnik

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of MIT App Inventor Seminar

Introduction to Android Open Source
Launched in Sept 2008
Apps run inside sandboxes Android v1.0 Open source
Originally provided by Google
Now maintained by MIT Cloud based solution Access and Save your apps on the cloud! Architecture Installation Java Web Start Browser 1. Prerequisites OS 2. Install Android Emulator from appinventor.mit.edu Account 3. Exploring the IDE This is your Home Screen Make a new
Android Project Blocks Editor Emulator Negligible Coding
Easy Design
No storage concerns
No Sync problems Occasional failure in connecting to certain phones
Inability to load LARGE projects
Multi Screen inefficiencies Advantages Shortcomings THANK YOU! Publishing and monetizing
your Android app Create a Google Play Account
Read & Accept License Agreement
Pay One-time developer fee = $25 via Google Checkout
India - Paid apps allowed since Oct 2012
Put App screenshots on your account
Watch your installs soar!
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