This app has been great to work with, learning and writing coding for my BB-8 and R2-D2. It's very easy to use, and the tutorials and online examples are great to look at. However, today I cannot log in. I'm able to log in through Google Chrome on my PC, but I get error 403 when trying to log into the app on my Galaxy S5 or Tab4. I've read other comments about password changes, but I have not changed my password.
UI is easy to understand and fun as well! My only complaint is that there isn't any help submenu in the 'Blocks' section. Maybe some helpful hints or things to try for the Star Wars Droids, not just the Sphero flagships.
I have problem to login in to app with fresh and working credentials (tested on WEB). Every time I get Error code: 403. Please let me know how can I use it now. Answer to your question. I have direct access to internet, no firewalls or internal networks. Even device is strong enough to full fill app specified requirements on HW
So far it is working great with my R2-D2. I love the ease of use and functionality. I am not sure that the events are working though. I cannot get much info on all the functions for specific robot models. Great job!
I bought the BB-9E for my son for Christmas and he loves it and this app really keeps it fun once we did played out the SW app. Only issue is sometimes I have gotten a 403 error when trying to login but an reinstalling the app fixes it.
- Sphero Mini, BB-9E, R2-D2 and R2-Q5 support
- Google SS0 and Classroom Integration
- New Languages: Arabic, Hebrew, Norwegian, Swedish
- Learning Standards (eg. CCSS, NGSS)
- 1,000,000 other secret improvements
Dcoder compiler: a mobile code compiler ide,where one can code, learn Algorithms
This app contain C language code for different patterns & other useful programs.