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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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8. Multiple Screens and Debugging Techniques

To this point, the applications we have built have shared one commonality: They have all had one screen. However, more sophisticated apps—and the ones you likely use every day on your smartphone—make use of many different screens.

By learning a few procedures, you will be able to add multiple screens to your app as well. This chapter discusses the steps for doing so and explores the strengths and limitations of adding multiple screens to an application. The exercises also give you some hands-on experience.

The chapter winds up with a foray into debugging techniques for App Inventor.

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