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AppShed Basics

AppShed Basics Course

AppShed Basics Course

Learn all the basic functionality of AppShed. Build a sample app about London with tourist guides, map, photo gallery and much more.

Actions - Communication

Actions - Communication

Learn all you need to know about the ways your users can communicate via calls or email directly through your app.

Actions - Media

Actions - Media

Learn how to use the media actions in AppShed and make your apps more functional.

Media actions will enrich your user's app experience by allowing you to link to external resources.

Actions - Screens

Actions - Screens

In this course, we will be learning about all the screen types we can create as item actions.

We'll go through the different ways to get existing or new screens to show in our app.

Game 1

Game 1

In Game One of this Game making course, we are going to take a look at the absolute basics of game making.

Game 2

Game 2

In Game 1 we took a look at the basics of game making in AppShed such has the engine it uses, how to move objects and add more. In this course, we are going to take a look at how to improve upon to look of our game while learning a little more about coding.

Game 3

Game 3

Until now we have had to just accept that some images in our game are platforms and some are backgrounds. However, in the course, we are going to use “Phaser Groups” to give you more control over your game.

Game 4

Game 4

In this game, we will be building on our knowledge of groups by adding some advanced groups to the mix. We will also be adding Parallax to make the game look cool.

Game 5

Game 5

The silence is broken! Finally, we have ways to add sounds to our game to make it feel more like a real game. In this course, we will learn about the actions that cause sounds to play (such as jumping or collecting a star) and how to change the sounds that are played.

Game 6

Game 6

Game six is incredibly important in our game making course because it gives the designer of the game the first glance at controlling the physics within the game.

Game 7

Game 7

The point of Game 7 is to build on existing knowledge of groups and how properties are passed on to objects. We will also take a look at some new code we can add to objects in our game to make them do some cool new things.

Google Doc Extension

Google Doc Extension

Use this course as a guide on how to use the Google Doc Extension. 

Quick Start Guide
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Subject: Learn AppShed

Quick Start Guide

In this course we shall be creating an app about property. This app will include one standard screen, an image and two links.

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