HANDY CODE is created using Blockly, a graphic coding language similar to MIT Scratch. Create your desired features by choosing from the list of blocks and assembling like LEGO.
1. Coding, start right away.
Even though you are not familiar with the coding, you can learn while assembling blocks. You can also teach about coding to students or friends who need coding training.
2. Make various connections.
Have you studied Arduino and Sketch just to use one sensor? HANDY CODE allows you to operate the sensor by linking few blocks in the smartphone. You can now create apps that check your location with GPS and turn on the LED flash.
Of course, you can also connect to Arduino using USB or Bluetooth on smartphones and tablets.
Also make your app more practical with open source data using Open API. Real-time weather and traffic information from public agencies and organizations can be applied to your apps.
3. Share as much as you like.
You can register your projects to the community right now and share it with your friends. Or download great works created by your friends and add your ideas.
If you have an idea, coding can be done by anyone. Try it now and your program will be ready in a flash! Let your imagination run and make it real!
- Easily learn about coding and create your own programs and apps.
- You can operate various sensors by gathering blocks in your smartphones and tablets.
※ GPS, Compass, Flashlight, Light Sensor, Fingerprint Recognition (Samsung Galaxy Series only), and more sensors in the future.
- USB, Bluetooth can be connected to Arduino.
- You can utilize data from open source by using HTTP Request call function.
- You can also add the call and text function to your apps.
- You can learn about coding principles using 'calculation' and 'logic' blocks.
- You can register your great works to the community or download a project from others.
- You can create a shortcut on your home screen and run it like a standalone app.
- Tutorial video will help you to learn about how to create your own apps.
- For more information, please refer to the document in the banner!