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Learning MIT App Inventor: A Hands-On Guide to Building Your Own Android Apps by Mark Sherman, Derek Walter

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Palette

The Palette (see Figure 3.2) is where you add all the elements that make the app perform any number of tasks. The components are grouped by functionality, making it easy to find the right component. As you can see in Figure 3.2, the first element is the User Interface element.

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Figure 3.2 The Palette section.

The rest of this section briefly explores each component and summarizes its specific purpose within MIT App Inventor. The program provides even more details about each of these components. For further information about how you can use these components with your app, click the question mark icon next to the one you want to explore. ...

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