Tynker : iPad

Tynker iOS app review iPhone iPad

Description 

Tynker is another great FREE app using a visual drag and drop comprised of code blocks to create and solve coding puzzles.  

You can build your own games using the Tynker Workshop which includes 9 game-kits and hundreds of characters. 

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  • Define your own functions and variables
  • Build musical projects using the built-in notes for piano, electric guitar and drums.
  • Add tilt, touch and other native behaviours to your games
  • Build an unlimited portfolio of games and projects to play with friends
  • Work offline without Internet connectivity
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Create games and apps quickly 
Use the same visual programming language introduced in the puzzle adventures.

Built-in physics engine for advanced games

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  • 9 complete pre-built game kits to remix your own game from 
  • 5 Media Themes with hundreds of assets – Fantasy, Adventure, Sci Fi, Modern and Spooky 
  • Included: Library of sample projects 
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Ages 9+

Drag and drop blocks to make things happen.

Tynker iOS app review iPhone iPad

Tynker makes programming easily accessible and fun for kids aged 9+ with no prior knowledge experience of programming.

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Download and have a go…

I love the graphics Tynker uses there great for the younger student.

Programming Tutorials – C++ : Android

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Description 

A first introductory course on C++ based on the book Accelerated C++

This course is for older students and beginners who want to get started writing programs in C++.

Taught by Jeremy Siek, a professor at the University of Colorado. No prior knowledge of C++ is assumed.

The course is based on the excellent textbook Accelerated C++ by Andrew Koenig and Barbara E. Moo.

Like the textbook, the course quickly dives into problem solving and making use of the C++ standard library, including strings, vectors, and lists. The emphasis is on teaching you the parts of C++ that you will most likely need in your day-to-day programming.

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This course is Part 1 of a planned two-part sequence. Part 1 covers the first seven chapters of Accelerated C++, in particular, Chapters 0 through 6. The course consists of six videos of 50-60 minutes each.

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The emphasis is on teaching you the parts of C++ that you will most likely need in your day-to-day programming.

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Includes :

– Introduction of C++
– Working with strings and if statements
– Looping and working with batches of data
– Organizing programs
– Organizing data and using sequential containers

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Learn to programme for:

Windows Phone

Apple iPhones

Android Phones

Check out the FREE demos.

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Learn many coding languages.

Udemy has a comprehensive library to chose from.

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Udemy C++ : Android

C++ udemy Android app review

Description

This course is good for  beginners, start writing programs in C++, taught by Jeremy Siek, professor at the University of Colorado. No prior knowledge of C++ is assumed.

Like the textbook, the course quickly dives into problem solving and making use of the C++ standard library, including strings, vectors, and lists. The emphasis is on teaching you the parts of C++ that you will most likely need in your day-to-day programming.

This course is Part 1 of a planned two-part sequence. Part 1 covers the first seven chapters of Accelerated C++, in particular, Chapters 0 through 6. The course consists of six videos of 50-60 minutes each.

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This course is Part 1 of a planned two-part sequence. Part 1 covers the first seven chapters of Accelerated C++, in particular, Chapters 0 through 6. The course consists of six videos of 50-60 minutes each.

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

– Organizing data and using sequential containers
– Using library algorithms
– Code Examples

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

– Working with strings and if statements
– Looping and working with batches of data
– Organizing programs

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