• View document EMT 1111 Syllabus / Course Outline   Uploaded by Henry LaBoy on April 20, 2014
    Description: Syllabus - Course outline in case anyone still needs it after all
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  • View document Before you start App Inventor you should've completed steps 1 and 2 on the site   Uploaded by Henry LaBoy on November 3, 2013
    Description: Follow instructions in Step 1 and 2 of the App Inventor site first to then move ahead following http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/start-first-time.html as shown in the attached "Print Screen" screenshot
  • View document Troubleshooting page for App Inventor   Uploaded by Henry LaBoy on November 3, 2013
    Description: You may see the URL/web page address for the App Inventor setup instructions guide in the attached image file.
  • View document Setup Instructions on http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/test-your-system.html   Uploaded by Henry LaBoy on November 3, 2013
    Description: Notepad test for App Inventor Setup <br /> as shown in http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/test-your-system.html <br /> <br /> To see if Java Web Start is working properly, click the orange "Launch" button (in the http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/test-your-system.html site) to try to launch a program from the Web. This test should download and run a file (notepad.jnlp), which creates a window named "Notepad" where you can enter text. Depending on your browser, you might have to manually open the jnlp file after it downloads. <br /> <br /> If Notepad does not run, then the test fails. Do not go on to try to use App Inventor. See below for possible solutions. <br /> If the test passes, then close the Notepad window and go on<br /> <br /> The website gives suggestions as to what might be the cause of a failing test, leading you to a possible solution. If/once you find the way around the issue, then you may proceed with the next step of installing App Inventor software into your electronic system. Just keep following the instructions given on the site and soon enough you should be able to start working (& even playing with) in the App Inventor software application ... making your own apps!!!