Some of you may know about my app, ForgetMeNots. Well after an incomplete series of technical difficulties, I’ve decided that ForgetMeNots would be too much work for my given time frame. Instead I’m working on a much easier and quicker app that I’m calling the AI Tutorial. It’s going to be an app that teaches users how to use App Inventor. It’s going to include my previous app, teaching users how to use multiple screens, as a section. The overall skeleton of the app is complete. Now I just need to throw in some pictures and dress it up a bit and it should be ready for the market. That’s it so far but I may change some stuff around a bit.
It’s been a while since I’ve blogged, so want to know what’s been going on huh? Well I’ve just been busy with various things, such as school work, festivals, and packing. I’ve had fun, I haven’t been to the class since last week I believe, so hopefully I get to come and see everyone next week. I’m done with my app all I need to do now is add a simple text to it and wala. Talk to you guys later !
I should’ve blogged more often, I know. In the past week I’ve gone through almost the whole SDLC with my app. I had a coding issue that kept me from testing the app for like a week, so when I finally fixed it most of the code was still prototype. When I first tested it, everything appeared to work just fine, except for a bit of code I had sliced out. I was so excited. Further testing revealed a big problem. If I can fix this problem before our deadline the app will be finished. If not I’ll have to resort to Plan B.
Class was great. I finally finished my app and made some changes based off of suggestions. Unfortunately i ran into technical difficulties and couldn’t let Ms.Leshell test it. However, i will submit it as soon as I can.
Next class looks promising due to the radio interview and talk about patents. Looking forward to it….
In this class, we had set goals. The goals were basically features that we needed to add to our apps. I think this way of setting goals is a good way to add features to our apps. When you have one simple goal to work on, it makes it a much easier to work on our apps.