Learn how to set your screen to responsive and the best way to export your images for your apps to avoid blurry or distorted images.
Also learn how to set, size, your components and every element in your app using the designer and the blocks to make sure your app looks great not only in cellphone but also in tablets.
Responsive Text Tutorial: https://youtu.be/0r-OupMjars
*MIT App Inventor introduced today their new “responsive design” features so that apps can work “better” on different sized screens. Using these new features, you can create a single app that should run on both a smart phone and a tablet, yet still display proportional user interface controls. Prior to this, your nicely designed smart phone app could end up having very small buttons or text boxes when run on a tablet; now, these components will resize as needed.
The name “responsive” comes from the ability of the app to “respond” to the size of the device and to change the size of controls so they maintain a similar size on each device. The terminology “responsive web design” also refers to web sites that are designed to work with different sized mobile device screens
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