Google’s App Inventor took the world by storm when it launched back in July of 2010. The WYSIWYG app inventor allowed users with no programming knowledge to create applications using drag-and-drop blocks that specified your application’s behavior. Our own Clark Wimberly took App Inventor for a ride back in August 2010, creating a ... Read More »
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Remember App Inventor? It was one of the casualties of the Google Labs kill order that came down late last year. However the WYSIWYG app building tool got a reprieve at the last minute from MIT, who in turn received a donation from Google to help establish the MIT Center for ... Read More »
Google is preparing to disband Google Labs in the near future and, in the process, some of its projects are getting called up to the majors while others will be given their walking papers.
Recently a big lot of us all got our first taste of App Inventor for Android, a drag-and-drop learning tool for budding Android developers. A couple days ago we posted a guide to building a simple Twitter client and today we’re going to expand into some more general instruction.
We’ll be exploring various ... Read More »
A couple days ago (and again yesterday, it seems) Google started sending out rounds of invites for its new App Inventor beta. Google App Inventor is a web-based, drag-and-drop Android application building tool.
Using App Inventor for Android you can easily develop in real-time on a live device (as you build the app it is ... Read More »
Have you ever dreamed of creating your own Android application, but you have no coding skills whatsoever? Google’s App Inventor for Android is a new software development tool that is designed to bring app design to the masses.
To use App Inventor, you do not need to be a developer. App Inventor requires no programming ... Read More »