Today we continue working on our client-server code in Python, login password in Scratch, countdown to 2015 code in Python and creating apps with App Inventor! 😉
This is Farrell demonstrating his solar system’s orbit code in Python 😉 The code use real data from NASA and it is really interesting to see the track of each planets based on their speed and Astronomical Unit (AU). The code use Python turtle library to draw the trajectory 😉
Faris is working on his Android Studio and Malik is debugging his Python client-server code.
Reza, on the corner has created his own counter with start and stop button, and he had created some apps with Apps Inventor before so it is easy for him to follow the class today 🙂
We have a new student today, Aliyah, the girl on the back with stripes shirt, is waiting for her emulator loading 🙂
We have a little company leading the class today! 😀
How cute! 😉 ❤
Today we create one button and one image with App Inventor. We will set the image to be invisible.
When the button is clicked, the image will be visible 🙂 The coding is using Blockly 🙂
After the code is finished, we build the project.
And then connect it to the Android Emulator (should be downloaded and installed first. And the computer should be restarted).
If there is any emulator updates then before running the project, it will download the update first.
This is the emulator
And there we go! We have it running! 😉
The problem with App Inventor that it needs a stable and fast internet connection. The connection and loading process is so slow, we should do something else to wait until it displays our project on the simulator. Hopefully we can figure out how to make it work smoothly because today some computers cannot be installed with the emulator and the ones with emulator installed took hundred years for the emulator to show up.
We will work on it next week! 🙂