Brilliant S-Pen Apps for Your Galaxy Note
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Your Galaxy Note is an amazing productivity tool which combines the power of the Android platform with a precision-input stylus. In this book, discover a suite of brilliant apps that take advantage of the S-pen. 

You will learn to use tools designed for visual thinkers, whether in business or academia or government. Your Galaxy Note will be transformed into a powerful digital whiteboard with apps that can help you simplify complex situations, analyze problems, even discover and explain creative solutions. And you can share your work quickly to fit any workflow - whether across devices or in a team.

The book will show you how to:

• Create videos to pitch ideas and explain concepts using Explain Everything and Whiteboard Cast

• Analyze complex situations and reveal insights using Graph Paper Pro and a novel "Post-it Notes" technique

• Deep dive into subjects and build up know-how using LectureNotes, Evernote, OneNote, and Papyrus

• Share your skills in visual thinking with a wider audience using FiiNote and ezPDF Reader

Get this book today and tap into the unique potential of your Galaxy Note.

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About the author

 Jose John is an author and developer of OS X apps.

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Sep 19, 2015
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Computers / Hardware / Mobile Devices
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MIT App Inventor 2 is a fast and simple way to create custom Android apps for smart phones or tablets. Volume 2 in the series introduces debugging methods, explains additional controls not covered in Volume 1, introduces “agile” methods for developing a real world app, and provides sample code for using the TinyDB database. 

This App Inventor 2 series is targeted at adult learners (high school and up). App Inventor 2 provides a simplified “drag and drop” interface to layout your app’s screen design. Then implement the app’s behavior with “drag and drop” programming blocks to quickly assemble a program in a graphical interface. 

Volume 1 of this series covered the basics of the App Inventor user interface Designer and the Blocks programming editor, plus basic “blocks” programming concepts and tools for arithmetic, text processing, event handling, lists and other features. Volume 2 builds upon Volume 1 to provide tips on debugging programs when the apps work incorrectly, how to us hidden editing features, and how to install your own apps on to your phone or tablet for general use. Code samples are provided for using the Notifier component for general use or for debugging, for user interface control tricks such as buttons that change color continuously or implementing the missing “radio buttons” component, using ListPicker and Spinner for list selections, and using the WebViewer to display web pages in your app. The book includes a large section on designing and building a sample real world application and finishes with a chapter on using the TinyDB database. 


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Chapter 2 - Debugging App Inventor Programs 
Chapter 3 - User Interface Control Tricks 
Chapter 4 - Designing and Building a Real World Application 
Chapter 5 - Tip Calculator Version 2 
Chapter 6 - Tip Calculator Version 3 
Chapter 7 - Tip Calculator Version 4 
Chapter 8 - Tip Calculator Version 5 
Chapter 9 – Using the TinyDB database 
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