Thunkable Book now Available!

Drag and Drop Code: Create iPhone and Androids Apps with Thunkable, is now available! Program your iPhone, iPad, or Android, no experience required!

Along with my co-author Rafiki Cai, I am pleased to announce what may be the most fun and creative introduction to coding, ever! The eBook is just $9.99, and the paperback is coming soon.

 The book steps readers through the creation of 12 apps, teaching coding fundamentals along the way, and encouraging exploration and creative remixing. Learn while creating– what a concept! 

In my USF classes, students build and install an app on their phone in the first twenty minutes of class, even before I go over the syllabus! Thunkable’s cross-platform nature makes it possible: students learning to code by building apps on their own phones.

The book, and Thunkable, are perfect for:

  • Self-directed learning and app building, both kids and adults
  • Introductory K-12 and University courses 
  • After-school coding and entrepreneurship programs
  • Informal learning pods looking for fun and creative projects
  • Family coding clubs
  • Prototyping and rapid code development  by entrepreneurs and organizations

Please help us in getting the word out!

David Wolber
Professor, University of San Francisco

About wolber

David Wolber is a leader in teaching beginners how to code. His focus is empowering artists, designers, kids, women, men, humanity majors, business students--makers of all types--to add coding to their creative arsenals. He wrote the book App Inventor 2: Create your own Android Apps along with App Inventor lead Hal Abelson and Google developers Ellen Spertus and Liz Looney. That book, and Dave's award-winning, video-based site, have introduced thousands of new app builders to the world of code.David is a professor of computer science at the University of San Francisco, where he introduces USF students from across the university to coding and computer science. His course-in-a-box teaching materials have served as a template for hundreds of courses at the K-12 and university levels, as well as for the Mobile Computer Science Principles ( Advanced Placement (AP) curriculum.

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