Android Development for Beginners 14

Android Development for Beginners 14In this video I completely finish the Android weather app. I show how to make App Inventor wait for an operation to complete before proceeding. We also will allow the user to pull up latitude and longitude data when they enter their city and state. We use that data to pull current weather data. We teach are app to speak the weather to us. We look at many ways to manipulate text.

I have the finished app here. All the blocks are available below.

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Android Weather App Blocks

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App Inventor Weather App Blocks

6 Responses to “Android Development for Beginners 14”

  1. Ash says:

    Hello Derek,
    I need some guidance, I am trying to make an android app. to recognize the city or town from which a call is coming.
    I know this is generic question but is there a way that the location information is received in an incoming call? If yes do you know what specific area I need to be looking at.

    BTW: thank you for your tutorials really appreciate the work you have put in 🙂

    Best Regards

  2. ktm says:

    Hey Derek,

    Love your tutorials on android. I’m a subscriber on your channel.

    just wondering, if you could do some tutorials on Apache Cordova.

  3. Anthony says:

    Hello Derek,

    Again another awesome session, so easy to understand and follow.

    I live in Australia and for some reason everytime i open the app i receive the message about enabling the GPS, even when it is already enabled.

    Also i am unable to get the app to search any location whether in Aust or USA. My blocks mirror urs.

    any thoughts.

    Thanks Again

    • Derek Banas says:

      Hello Anthony,

      Thank you 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed it. The error is probably coming from the fact that the weather service I’m using only works in America. Here is a great international feed. It will work as well. The only reason i didn’t use it is because it requires an API key

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