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New to App Inventor? Please try the Beginner Tutorials before proceeding with the tutorials on this page.


These tutorials will help you learn about App Inventor and its various components. You can use use the filter to sort through tutorial topics by simply checking the appropriate boxes and clicking "Filter". To restore the default sorting, click "Reset".
NOTE: The list is sorted to show App Inventor 1 tutorials first. For App Inventor 2 tutorials, use the filter below or go to the main AI2 Tutorials page.
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Map It: Displaying Locations on a Google Map

This tutorial shows how you can develop an app that allows you to record list of addresses and view the address on the Google Maps. It will also show you how view your current location on the Google Map.

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Exploring with Location Sensor in AI2

The location sensor object is used to communicate with the global positioning satellite receiver (GPS) in your phone/tablet. When the LocationSensor communicates with the built-in GPS receiver, the GPS can determine the location of your device.  The sensor can also work with network/wifi location services.  Finding a location using the network uses very different techniques to determine a location. Location means, the device's present latitude and longitude or it can mean your street address.

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Oh My Spikes

This tutorial by Saj Dutta shows how to create a complete game from scratch. The game is variant of the popular spikes games and uses App Inventor sprites.

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WebView Javascript Processor for App Inventor

This tutorial shows you how to incorporate “traditional” programming into your apps. The technique involves using the WebViewer component as a javascript processor,

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Firebase Authentication in App Inventor Using Javascript

This tutorial shows you how to create your own Firebase Authenticator by running javascript code through the WebViewer component.

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