As the long nine months has come to an end, I can PROUDLY say, I created an app! My app is totally finished. Youth APPLab was a great experience and showed me alot about myself. Ive learned to not procrastinate, and that when you are dedicated and determined you can do it! I feel honored because not everyday do you hear a sixteen year old high school studen mention that they can build or have built and app. I want to give a SPECIAL THANKS to Ms.Leshell and Mr.Marco for making this experience possible, also for dedicating their time and effort into helping High School students like myself. I would love to return next year, if possible. Being as though, I can make apps, I will continue to build them. I look foward to this summer and Demo day! 🙂
On Thursday, I over heard Ms. Leshell and Bryant talking about his app. They were talking about the list picker tutorial. I decided to change my app to have the parts of the body listed and you click on the part you would like information on. After clicking the name of the body part you would like to know about, a picture and description of the body part shows up!
On Tuesday, I decided to start a new app. The reason I started a new app is because the app I orignally started on was too complex and I wouldnt be able to finish by the due date ( June 15th ) The new app is a child-friendly parts of the body app. In this app, children will be able to learn the left and right side of your body, and the main parts of your outter body. If time allow me, I would like to app a quiz at the end of the game.
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Today, Djani and I worked on our app. The name of our app is “Famous and Infamous Quotes” In our app, there will be several lists of quotes from several different people. In the app the user will be able to pick the topic in which they would like to read a quote on, or type in the search engine the name of the author. We drew out all of the screens, and made the screen in which would show if you were to push a button. Our app isn’t finished, hopefully we finish next class, or over the weekend.