Building Android Apps for Arduino with MIT App Inventor 2 eBook first edition is available for download now.
Tags: MIT App Inventor, Android, Android Apps
It is about the building Android Apps for Arduino with MIT App Inventor 2, an intuitive, visual programming environment that allows everyone – even children – to build fully functional apps for smartphones and tablets. Those new to this programming environment can have a simple first app up and running in less than 30 minutes.
And what’s more, its blocks-based tool facilitates the creation of complex, high-impact apps in significantly less time than traditional programming environments.
This project seeks to democratize software development by empowering all people, especially young people, to move from technology consumption to technology creation.
It is available on the Web (http://ai2.appinventor.mit.edu/), just like other online tools such as Gmail and Google Drive. You do not need to download any software or save work to your hard drive before you use App Inventor.
You will find the each DIY project views, sketches, pictures, APK and aia files attached together with eBook.
MIT App Inventor eBook’s content:
PART 1 Introduction
- 1.1 Understanding
- 1.2 Life testing
- 1.3 How to control Arduino
- 1.4 Emulator setup
- 1.5 How to Update
- 1.5 An overview
PART 2 Arduino
- 2.1 What is Arduino
- 2.2 Arduino Boards
- 2.2.1 Arduino Uno
- 2.2.2 Arduino Nano
- 2.3 Arduino IDE
- 2.4 Do Wiring
- 2.5 Uploading The Sketch
- 2.6 Using Arduino IDE
PART 3 MIT App Inventor DIY projects
- PRO_01 LED Controller
- PRO_02 Login Protected LED Controller
- PRO_03 LED Slider
- New DIY projects will be added in next edition of this eBook:
- PRO_04 RGB LED Controller
- PRO_05 Temperature Readings
- PRO_06 Relay Controller
- PRO_07 Send Messages to LCD display
- PRO_08 Remote Controlled Car
- PRO_09 Control ESP8266 Outputs
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