I don't know if this is the right place for this but does anyone know of a platform that's like MIT APP INVENTOR but can be used to write windows apps?
Perhaps SCRATCH Using external tools a SCRATCH app can be converted to an EXE.
Thank you, I will check that out!
I use Delphi for windows desktop Linux Mac OS iOS android
The language is pascal very close to Visual Basic
There is a free addition of Embarcadero Delphi. It’s called community addition.
You could search about RAD developing Programs or Language for Windows.
Like the OLD Neobook (Welcome to NeoSoft Corporation - Publishers of NeoBook and NeoPaint) or AutoPlay Media Studio (AutoPlay Media Studio 8.5 - Indigo Rose Software) (for autoinstallers for CDs and DVDs)
There aren't block programming but they allow to you create windows apps in a very easy way (the newest version is windows xp, so, they are old).
I know Scratch 3.0 can be converted to APK, HTML and EXE.
Maybe if you look in google maybe you find other ways, similar to this.
There is B4X for develop (https://www.b4x.com/)
And less windows, there are for a lot of OS.
And for the ending.
I know there is a way to program in Python with blocks. (Python works under windows, and also can create APK files from .PY).
I think your question is replied in a way with this last one.
(something like MIT AI but for windows apps).
And Python can make .exe for windows.
Well. I hope you can use this.
Pd. (Scratch 3, B4x and Edublocks are for free).