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Build Android Apps with App Inventor 2 No Coding Required

Building an app from scratch becomes very easy with the MIT app inventor tutorial.

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  •   Lectures: 205
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  •   Videos: 17 hours
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  •   Level: All
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  •   Language: English
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  •   Last Updated: 08/2017

  • Instructor : Stone River eLearning

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Today the world is flooding with apps and without these apps, there won’t be anything that you would be able to do on the phone. App development is still a huge growing market, with a lot of people solving their problems using innovative apps. However, not always can people design the apps that they want, not because they don’t have the idea, but because they don’t know where to start with building apps.

Building an app requires a certain technical know-how including a programming language, designing UI/UX, etc. However, there are ways to often get around that with frameworks. App Inventor 2 is one of these amazing frameworks that can help you build apps from scratch without requiring you to know how to code.

If you want to build your own app from the ground up, but don’t have any previous coding experience, then you’ve got the right course!

Our course has been designed to help beginners without any prior app building experience to be able to build not one but 10 different apps from scratch that range in complexity. Starting from the very first easy app that will get you acquainted with the App Inventor framework, you will progress on to building some very complex apps such as a drawing application and even games.

The App Inventor 2 is an open source web application that was developed by Google and aimed at beginners. What it basically does is turn the complex coding language into simple drag and drop features, which allow the developers to create apps without using one line of coding.

10 awesome Apps that we will build in this course:

Application 1: A Hello Purr – this app allows you to click on a kitty and get it to meow.

Application 2: An Audio Book Log – which when we click on a button, it plays a small snippet of audio for a particular chapter.

Application 3: Skeleton Review Application – When you click on the nodes on the application, it gives you a fact about that part of the skeleton system.

Application 4: Business Listing Application – four icons on the bottom that performs activities such as calling that business, mailing it, finding its location, etc.

Application 5: A Freeform Task List – you’ll learn how to create a task list with categories and sorting capabilities.

Application 6: Auto-reply Text Messaging App – when enabled, it reads incoming text messages and sends default set text messages back to the sender.

Application 7: Drawing Application – it allows you to draw on the canvas, it also allows you to add photos and draw on them.

Application 8: Memory Viewer Application – allows us to record a memory, along with location data of that memory and snippet of text related to that memory.

Application 9: Alarm Application – It allows us to set time and has a cool small clock that counts down the time till the alarm goes off.

Application 10: Pong Game – A complete game of Pong, with a twist. Every time the ball moves, it draws on the canvas, making unique design patterns.

At the end of this course, you will not only have learnt how to design apps from scratch, but you will have also have 10 different apps in your portfolio. In addition to building apps, you will also learn how to test, update, and publish them to the Play Store.

In this course, you will learn:

  • Gain a practical understanding of programming basics
  • Navigate and use App Inventor 2 efficiently and effectively
  • Create and build your own apps for Android
  • Test and update your apps after you've built them
  • Learn how to publish your app to Google's Play Store

So, what are you waiting for? Enroll Now and start building your very own apps and become a master developer!