The Scratch Device Manager enables Scratch to connect to and control devices in the physical world. The first device that can be managed through the Scratch Device Manager is the LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 (https://education.lego.com/en/learn/elementary/wedo-2).
Scratch (scratch.mit.edu) is a free programming language made by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. People from around the world use Scratch to create and share interactive stories, animations, and games.
- Improved user interface
- Increased reliability of communication with Scratch
- Other bug fixes and stability improvements
Ratings and Reviews
How do you open it?
I know I am going to like this app, but could somebody tell me how to open it?
Very useful in my opinion. People who have this hardware can use it to easily make a much larger project much faster. Deserves 10 stars.
I guess that this application in its essence would be really great and helpful to getting a head start in pogramming but I cant even open it. I’d like to at least delete it to reinstall it but its nowhere to be found on my computer yet it appears as installed on the App store. . .
- Code-to-Learn Foundation
- 46.5 MB
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- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.