Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Open Source Development with App Inventor: Part 3 : Read the source Luke

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Welcome to another video of the Open source development with App Inventor series. In part 3 we will go through the sources by reviewing how new Components are created. We will see some of the main parts of the Twitter component, and what parts of the system need changing to make sure that everything is kept in sync.

The image that opens the video was taken from Coding Horror, a fantastic blog about software development.

The main two documents used in this video are:

In the next video we will be talking a little bit about the Android lifecycle, how it affects App Inventor apps, and how the codebase hooks into the methods provided by the Android SDK. Catch you then!


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