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How to use Blockly in Your App [Video]

Are you looking for a way to introduce young makers to computer programming?  Programming by puzzle piece has become very popular user interface to help empower novice users to code.   You can find this programming interface in products like Scratch, MIT app inventor, LearnToMod, and tools at Code.org .   Blockly is the JavaScript

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5 DIY Projects Involving Lego, Arduino, and Motors

Some things just belong together like peanut butter and jelly.   As I have been building Lego toys with my kids, I started to wonder if you could connect Arduino stuff to Lego stuff. While  my kids really enjoy the Lego Wedo and Lego Mindstorm, those kits can be rather costly.   I started searching

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Loading a 3D Model using Three.js

If you’re looking for a way to program 3D experiences for Google Chrome and other modern web browsers, make sure to check out three.js .    For many professional programmers, JavaScript has become an essential language to making web applications.   It still amazes me that we can use JavaScript to create 3D experiences, games, or visualizations.

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