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30 Jan

WORKSHOP : DEVELOP APP WITHOUT CODING

In this Current trend people have started to think in smart way and wanted to work smarter than  hard work .so we cant depend on the students , developers and professionals for our ideas.

Students need practical exposure to improve their skills and employability. Workshop sessions provide an interactive way to demonstrate a difficult concept or method to a group of students.

Inorder to help the Students who have a hesitation that they cannot learn programme or develop any application without learning codings.

So for such one there is a option of learn to do Application without coding (i.e) Create Mob App Without Coding knowlege.

So We Spendwithme Technologies taken this as a challenge to start training students who wish to develop application with just use a specific tools to create their own App and make sure to have their own price in a market to get hired by industries.

We Spendwithme Started to conduct workshops on app without coding in various institutions and university to create awareness regards this.

Workshops primarily focus on difficult concepts that large groups of students are having trouble with. We offer a period of one week on workshop program. App Inventor for Android is an open-source web application originally provided by Google, and now maintained by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It allows newcomers to computer programming to create software applications for the Android operating system (OS). Blocks-based coding programs inspire intellectual and creative empowerment.

Workshop Details:

Domain: Android

Duration: One day

Syllabus covered for Workshop:

Module 01: Introduction to MIT App Inventor

  • Brief history of Mit App inventor
  • What is Mit App inventor?
  • Why is  App inventor important?
  • Software architecture of Mit App inventor
  • Advantages of Mit App inventor

Module 02: Getting Started

  • Step to create new project
  • Running Your Application
  • Creation of New AIstarter
  • Creating run configuration
  • Creating your first project
  • List of basic sample programs

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