Part of series about Android App Development. This is the second article, in which you will learn to create a first interactive userinterface.
Part of series about Android App Development: first step: installing Android Studio and create a ‘hello world’ app.
On Tuesday December 19th I will give a workshop on Mobile App Development. The slides of my presentation can be found below. The workshop introduces basic concepts of app development, highlights required (programming) skills and introduces common ways apps are build: through hybrid frameworks or native. It also briefly mentions other ways a prototype (of an … Continue reading Mobile App Development, an introduction
To show your processing creation in a webpage (or WordPress post or page*) you can use the example code below. * in WordPress, add a Custom HTML block (or switch to HTML-mode) to enter HTML-code in a post or page. Please take note of the following: If in Processing you have multiple files, you must … Continue reading Include a processing file (.pde) in a webpage
Sound files on the NXT Sound-files on the NXT should be in the .rso format. Use wav2rso.exe to convert .wav files to .rso format. .rso files should be copied to the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\LEGO Software\LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT\engine\Sounds before they can be used in the NXT software. Create a “Sound” block, select “Sound File” at … Continue reading Using sound on the NXT
Sometimes I get a question from a student or colleague on why we choose Java as our base for the introduction to programming classes. Here are some quick reasons: It is a ‘proven’ language to quickly learn programming It is used as first learned programming language in a lot of other universities and high schools It … Continue reading Why learn programming with Java?
Information about the course Application Development can be found here. This course is part of module 4, “Smart Products“. The current edition of this course started Friday April 24th, 2020. Materials of the previous edition are available via the archive-folders in the folders below. More information: Schedule 2020 Checklist electronics kit Register your address to … Continue reading Application Development
To use leJOS you need 32 bits versions of the JDK and the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). Also, sometimes after updates of Java or multiple removals/additions the environment can ‘go bad’. Follow the steps below to test the environment and fix it when necessary. Test Java Windows must be able to find Java programs. Therefore the … Continue reading Checking your Java environment (for use with leJOS)
Want to use an Arduino to prototype some electronics? But programming is not really ‘your thing’? Consider Modkit, a Visual Arduino Programming tool! This example is a program which makes a led blink, made with Modkit Micro, the free Modkit tool.
This page contains materials for the workshops given for the minor program HTHT Science 2 Society. Previous workshop: “Connected sensors & Apps” Tuesday November 26, 8:45 GY Learn-x/Classroom of the future (Designlab, the Gallery) Topics of the “Arduino & Programming” workshop: – Introduction to various prototyping techniques, – Physical prototypes (Arduino, Lego Mindstorms, LittleBits), – … Continue reading HTHT Science 2 Society