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A Study of Visual Programming Environment for NPE(Novice Programming Environment)
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 Title & Authors
A Study of Visual Programming Environment for NPE(Novice Programming Environment)
Kim, Ji-Wan; Seo, Hyun-Gon;
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 Abstract
This paper investigates the three main functions of a typical visual app programming environment for Novice Programming developers, and compares the features. The Scratch is a visual programming environment for education, anyone can create a story easy as possible variously interaction, games, animations and more. App inventor provides precise and professional application development capabilities as compared with scratch. App Inventor in runs independently of the computer platform, and has a feature that must be constantly connected to the server over the internet, while the Inventor app runs. M-Bizmaker is suitable for commercial application development, consists of m-BizBuilder, m-BizEngine, m-BizServer or the like, provides a cross-platform visual programming environment.
 Keywords
App;Visual Programming Environment;App inventor;Scratch;m-Bizmaker;
 Language
Korean
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