It offers the development kit which lets you easily develop Python projects and scripts on your Android device.
[[ Main Features ]]
* Supports Python programming on Android including web apps, games, and SL4A programming etc
* Run Python scripts / projects on Android devices
* Can execute Python code & files from QRCode
* QEdit lets you create/edit Python scripts / projects easily
* Includes many useful python libraries
* Support pip
[[ Programming Features ]]
* Supports Web App programming, which let you develop mobile apps with web development framework, this speeds up your mobile development greatly
* Supports native UI programming, which let you develop games more easily by using scripts
* Supports SL4A programming to access Android’s features: network, Bluetooth, GPS, and more
[ IMPORTANT NOTE ]
* QPython is in BETA. If you experience any problems, please contact us so we can address them.
* To enable programming with some of Android’s features, QPython requires the following permissions: Bluetooth, GPS, and others. It doesn't require some permissions like access user account, access phone's status, so you could not use some related SL4A APIs.
[ QPython community ]
#Inspirited by #GDG# Zhuhai from China
[ Feedback ]
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Contact us if you have any problems.
[ OTHER ]
This software uses code of Android Terminal Emulator licensed under the APACHE2 LICENSE, Kivy licensed under the LGPL 3 LICENSE.
Part of source could be found on https://github.com/qpython-android , we will push on the whole qpython to be opensource gradually.
Kognitivo is going to find it out for you. Only 6 minutes per day to keep your brain fit. For free, offline and without advertising.
Analyse your cognitive activity on the basis of some short games. The tests are each based on four different fields: analytical skills, attention, reaction and memory. Each of the tests doesn't take more than two minutes. As a result kognitivo will depict your daily and weekly productivity in graphs and diagams which allows you to check your daily and weekly productivity.
* WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS COURSE *
“FINALLY! A great Python course! This is very in-depth. Don’t expect to finish this course in a few hours because it’s very comprehensive! It’s extremely detailed and perfect for those wanting to learn as much about Python as they can! The labs were hugely helpful, as well. Now I feel like I can do anything!” - Sara T.
"This course is very valuable. From the anatomy of a Python Script to working with Loops and Input to Creating Modules. I personally recommend this Course!” - Ashley M.
* FEATURES *
- You can watch courses on the go: video lectures, audio lectures, presentations, articles, and anything inside your course.
- You can watch your course offline: Save courses for offline viewing so you can watch them while you're on a plane or subway!
* WHAT YOU WILL LEARN *
• Game settings
• Create a start menu
• Make your characters, including your player (protagonist) and a monster (antagonist)
• Assign jobs and locations to your characters and items
• Make sure your items and characters don't run into each other
• Ways to make the game more exciting for the player
• How to win the game
• Work with Python Modules
• Execute Python Debugging Strategies
Instructor: ALEX BOWERS
Install the "How To Develop Game in Python" app today and join over 4 million students who are already learning on Udemy.
In mathematical terms, a plane wave is a the function exp(ikr), where r is your position (in this case, a point on the 2D plane) and k is a wavevector, describing a kind of rate of change of the wave. i is the unit imaginary number, and the function as a whole gives a complex number at every point. When multiple plane waves are placed on top of one another, they interfere to create light and dark areas, and the complex phase may create interesting patterns.
In physical terms, you can think of each wavevector being a slit in a Young's slit experiment. Adding more wavevectors is the same adding more slits (plus some other conditions). With just two, you see a classic set of superposition fringes, but with more you begin to see phase vortices and a much more complex pattern. With enough wavevectors, the field appears random.
The visualisation is implemented using GLSL shaders, and the app is written in python using kivy (no java!). It is intended as a simple demonstration of kivy's shader ability, as well as a neat physics/maths toy.
PlaneWaves is open source under an MIT license. You can see the source at https://github.com/inclement/planewaves
/* Clean Layout */
Parts of the documentation
*-- What's new in Python 2.7?
*-- Python Tutorial
*-- Python Library Reference
*-- Python Language Reference
*-- Python Setup and Usage
*-- Python HOWTOs
*-- Extending and Embedding
*-- Python/C API
*-- Installing Python Modules
*-- Distributing Python Modules
Indices and tables
*-- Python Global Module Index
*-- Python General Index
*-- Python Glossary
*-- Complete Table of Contents
The simplicity of this game enables the baby to play on his/her own, no need for written instructions.
It is very important for us that once the baby began playing, he/she can continue on his/her own without intervention of adults - for this we’ve added the auto-erase feature (controllable via settings menu).
While the baby does not paint, he/she can enjoy the funny animation of the bird (“kidoko”), and even interact with it by touching it.
+ 3 mini-games with different doodling options (simple, mirror, kaleidoscope)
+ Baby friendly
+ Encourages the baby to begin painting
+ Good for hand-eye contact
+ Good fine motor skill development
+ Includes funny animations
+ Colorful sparkles
+ Black canvas emphasize the drawing colour
+ Auto changing color
+ Includes sounds, background music
+ Auto-erase option (to make sure the baby is independent)
+ Settings menu
+ Multi touch
+ HD supported
+ No Ads / adfree
+ Completely free
Great for your baby, toddler, kid, child, kindergarten kid.
Your feedback is important, please contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org for any technical issues, suggestions etc.
The app comes with a pattern recognition system so kids can color beautiful Filly scenes or use their imagination to free draw.
Filly is one of the most popular toy brands for girls in many countries. With the help of this app every Filly fan can learn how to draw a beautiful Filly in a couple minutes. Join the fun and create Filly butterfly wings by using different color pencils, pens, paint brushes, eraser, and apply the Kaleidoscope effect to create the perfect style for your Filly friend.
Learn to draw your favorite characters! The app includes a step-by-step tutorial on how to draw Filly’s. The easy to learn feature was designed for kids with optional auto correction and pattern recognition.
Share your art with your friends! There is a beautiful coloring book mode with preloaded images. This mode allows Filly fans to select and create their own Filly’s or favorite Filly scene and then send them to their friends.
Learning to draw is fun! After completing the drawing class kids can start create their own drawings and let their imagination fly.
Check documentation to install examples: http://kivy.org/docs/installation/installation-android.html#installation-of-examples
!! uninstall previous version before !!
You need a Android with GPU support, minimum OpenGL ES 2.0 / Android 2.2
Kivy launcher is in version. Check http://kivy.org/ for more information about the usage of this launcher. This is not an application for end-users.
No ads, source code available, leaderboard and achievements, faster than the original.
NOTE: ART is fixed in the latest 1.3.2 version !
This game has been created from the game 2048 by Gabriele
Cirulli (http://gabrielecirulli.com/), itself based on 1024 by Veewo
Studio (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/1024!/id823499224) conceptually similar
to Threes by Asher Vollmer (http://asherv.com/threes/).
This implementation use only Kivy framework, and can be played on mobile with
swipes or desktop with keyboard. It uses OpenGL, so it's faster than the HTML version :)
The source code for this game can be found at https://github.com/tito/2048
Donate to Gabriel: 1Ec6onfsQmoP9kkL3zkpB6c5sA4PVcXU2i
Notre outil vise un public familial, le contenu est compréhensible dès l’âge de 8 ans. Lorsque l’utilisateur « tag » un objet du musée de la collection permanente, un contenu apparaît, des vidéos, des anecdotes, un « serious game » ludique et amusant.
Qui s’occupe de cet objet ? Où est-il lorsqu’il n’est pas dans le musée ? Combien sont-ils dans cette réserve ?
Ce prototype a été réalisé lors de Muséomix 2014
It's currently very basic, but you can:
* add text and image on an infinite rotate/scalable plane
* create slide/snapshot of the current view
Then, you can play your presentation and control the plane and slides with some buttons.
This is a beta version of the tool, using Kivy project. You need OpenGL ES 2.0 hardware minimum. It run faster on tablet than phone.
This application is done by Mathieu Virbel and Christopher Denter.
0.4.1: Fix few leaks issue, the game should remain more stable over the time.
0.4.0: Add music, sound, ambiance music, and new 2 axes combo which remove all the jems of the same color.
0.3.1: Reduce lagging when playing and in the GameOver screen
0.3.0: Add text for introducing level + detect no more moves + hint after 4s of inactivity
0.2.3: Fix freeze just before the game-over screen + and remove all the jewels before restarting a new board.
0.2.2: Enhance Gameover screen + jewel color for red and orange.
Made entirely with Kivy - http://kivy.org/