Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Programming the ColorSpotR logic in Basic, part of Learning Simple Android Development Tools.
…Time to write a little code.…Let's go ahead and open up Basic for Android.…I'll click on close box.…And you can see once again it opened up the default template.…But we want to work on color spotters.…So, we'll go to the File menu and select color spotter.…You can see we have our six buttons at the top,…our label for UN, our button at the bottom for play again.…We have our activity create which goes…ahead and loads the layout that we created.…And we have click handlers for each one of the buttons.…
Buttons one through six and the play again button.…So, it's time to build some code.…First of all before we do that let's look…at the project attribute and change some of these things.…So, we want the application label to say color spotter.…We'll change that right there, and if we looked at the…activity attributes for this activity, you can see that we didn't…say it was full screen and we do want to include…the title, and those are good, we'll keep those as the defaults.…All right, now we'll come down to…the globals, and we're going to create some additional…
- Understanding the elements of an Android app, such as controls, sensors, effectors, and storage
- Exploring MIT App Inventor 2
- Getting started with Basic4android
- Building simple apps
- Testing apps on Android emulators and devices
- Sharing apps
- Creating hybrid apps with Appy Pie, Make Me Droid, and AppMakr
Skill Level Beginner
1. Overview of Android Development
2. MIT App Inventor 2
4. Web-App-Creation Tools
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