One day mobile app creation workshop at Hiroshima University.

A group of international and Japanese students at Hiroshima University (Hiroshima, Japan) learned mobile app creation using MIT App Inventor on February 19th, 2020.

Participated students, followings are resources for you to review what we made. You can use them to develop further ideas and to make a solution for your project. I will add more resorces within a couple of days.

Exercise #1 Basic operation of MIT App Inventor
Following video shows basics of how to use MIT App Inventor. It also shows how you can make your phone talk using “text to speech” component.

Below two videos show what we exactly did (in Japanese only, sorry)

Exercise #3 Camera App
Editable program file can be found in following link.

Exercise #2 Machine Translation

Here is a link to a shared holder for you. You can find editable files with “.aia” extention. Download any of them to your computer then within MIT App Inventor, to import the project or tutorial by choosing “import project (.aia) from my computer… from “My project” menu.

For the machine translatio project, we worked select “translate_tutorial.aia” to download the project to your computer. It has a step by step instruction to make the app.

LINK TO DROPBOX FOLDER

In case you want to know how to use google translate instead of Yandex, here is a good blog post to learn.

“Google Translate API and App Inventor

Exercise #3 Camera app

From the shared holder, choose “CameraApp.aia” to download the project to your computer. You can review and modify the project for your purpose.

Exercise #4 Map app
From the shared holder, choose “map.aia” to download the project to your computer. You can review and modify the project for your purpose.

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