There is no magic bullet for this.
If you want to do it bit by bit manually, see
How can u do such ?
Thank you ! But I will like to know how to convert my app inventor blocks to java
Here you go:
Are they still alive?
Not sure about now but it was working 2-3 months ago.
This is what the blocks compartment shows , no blocks . Is it supposed to be like this or is this an error ?
Hasn't it been left behind by AI2? I think it relates to Classic.
Sorry but I don’t understand this
Sorry Herin. Before "App Inventor 2", which we use now, there was "App Inventor" - since renamed as "App Inventor Classic" to emphasis that they are not one and the same thing.
Now I could be wrong (often am) but I think jbridge was built around App Inventor Classic. If that is the case, it's not going to work well, if at all, with App Inventor 2.
Wow . Thanks for the information but is there anything else I can do
Where can I be able to download App inventor classic ?
Well, App Inventor is a good foundation for any other language. If you have a good understanding of App Inventor, you should be able to learn another language and indeed, if that language is used to make Android Apps, reproduce an App Inventor App.
Can I have a link to download app inventor classic ? Thank you
App Inventor Classic was moth-balled in 2015 so it can't be compared to AI2 in terms of capability and cannot produce a compliant App for late versions of Android. It would of course still be a good tool for learning.
I don't know if there is a download, sorry. Of course try a Google search.
I tried but it bringing out only app inventor 2 download
But what I think I should do is to add java codes through web viewer . Will that work efficiently