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When I was learning to program I was building a "DVD Rental" application for the kiosk that would store information about disks, who borrowed them and when they had to return them. Having a simple-to-understand task motivated me to build an app and show to the owners of the kiosk.

Now I'm assisting a web app programming school with helping to design curriculum and I'd like to include some practical apps into the course.

I want students to develop business thinking. New SaaS idea? App to help people. App to help businesses.

I already have some app ideas but I am always looking for more. What was the first app you've built?

CriteriasCriteria

  • Our course is focused on business web apps, so no games.
  • Tasks should be simple to explain and familiar to students (14-18yrs18 years old)
  • Real-life application or attempt to solve a problem.
  • Focus on "client requirements" and not "implementation"
  • Simple tasks, limited to 5 data entity types (or tables).

You are welcome to use any of those apps to teach students about data models, databases, relations, UI / persistence. (Note: we use Agile UI platform)

When I was learning to program I was building a "DVD Rental" application for the kiosk that would store information about disks, who borrowed them and when they had to return them. Having a simple-to-understand task motivated me to build an app and show to the owners of the kiosk.

Now I'm assisting a web app programming school with helping to design curriculum and I'd like to include some practical apps into the course.

I want students to develop business thinking. New SaaS idea? App to help people. App to help businesses.

I already have some app ideas but I am always looking for more. What was the first app you've built?

Criterias

  • Our course is focused on business web apps, so no games.
  • Tasks should be simple to explain and familiar to students (14-18yrs)
  • Real-life application or attempt to solve a problem.
  • Focus on "client requirements" and not "implementation"
  • Simple tasks, limited to 5 data entity types (or tables).

You are welcome to use any of those apps to teach students about data models, databases, relations, UI / persistence. (Note: we use Agile UI platform)

When I was learning to program I was building a "DVD Rental" application for the kiosk that would store information about disks, who borrowed them and when they had to return them. Having a simple-to-understand task motivated me to build an app and show to the owners of the kiosk.

Now I'm assisting a web app programming school with helping to design curriculum and I'd like to include some practical apps into the course.

I want students to develop business thinking. New SaaS idea? App to help people. App to help businesses.

I already have some app ideas but I am always looking for more. What was the first app you've built?

Criteria

  • Our course is focused on business web apps, so no games.
  • Tasks should be simple to explain and familiar to students (14-18 years old)
  • Real-life application or attempt to solve a problem.
  • Focus on "client requirements" and not "implementation"
  • Simple tasks, limited to 5 data entity types (or tables).

You are welcome to use any of those apps to teach students about data models, databases, relations, UI / persistence. (Note: we use Agile UI platform)

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When I was learning to program I was building a "DVD Rental" application for the kiosk that would store information about disks, who borrowed them and when they had to return them. Having a simple-to-understand task motivated me to build an app and show to the owners of the kiosk.

Now I'm assisting a web app programming school with helping to design curriculum and I'd like to offer our students more of those simple-to-buildinclude some practical apps into the course. 

I'll postI want students to develop business thinking. New SaaS idea? App to help people. App to help businesses.

I already have some of my app ideas andbut I invite you to share yoursam always looking for more. Let's see which one isWhat was the most popular. You are welcome to refine those practical projects and teach in your school.first app you've built?

Criterias

  • Our course is focused on business web apps, so no games.
  • Tasks should be simple to explain and familiar to students (14-18yrs)
  • Each app should have some realReal-life application or attempt to solve a problem.
  • Focus on "client requirements" and not "implementation" when defining a task.
  • Each taskSimple tasks, limited to 5 data entity types (or tables).

Thanks for sharing!You are welcome to use any of those apps to teach students about data models, databases, relations, UI / persistence. (Note: we use Agile UI platform)

When I was learning to program I was building a "DVD Rental" application for the kiosk that would store information about disks, who borrowed them and when they had to return them. Having a simple-to-understand task motivated me to build an app and show to the owners of the kiosk.

Now I'm assisting a programming school with helping to design curriculum and I'd like to offer our students more of those simple-to-build apps.

I'll post some of my app ideas and I invite you to share yours. Let's see which one is the most popular. You are welcome to refine those practical projects and teach in your school.

Criterias

  • Tasks should be simple to explain and familiar to students (14-18yrs)
  • Each app should have some real-life application or attempt to solve a problem.
  • Focus on "client requirements" and not "implementation" when defining a task.
  • Each task limited to 5 data entity types (or tables).

Thanks for sharing!

When I was learning to program I was building a "DVD Rental" application for the kiosk that would store information about disks, who borrowed them and when they had to return them. Having a simple-to-understand task motivated me to build an app and show to the owners of the kiosk.

Now I'm assisting a web app programming school with helping to design curriculum and I'd like to include some practical apps into the course. 

I want students to develop business thinking. New SaaS idea? App to help people. App to help businesses.

I already have some app ideas but I am always looking for more. What was the first app you've built?

Criterias

  • Our course is focused on business web apps, so no games.
  • Tasks should be simple to explain and familiar to students (14-18yrs)
  • Real-life application or attempt to solve a problem.
  • Focus on "client requirements" and not "implementation"
  • Simple tasks, limited to 5 data entity types (or tables).

You are welcome to use any of those apps to teach students about data models, databases, relations, UI / persistence. (Note: we use Agile UI platform)

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When I was learning to program I was building a "DVD Rental" application for the kiosk that would store information about disks, who borrowed them and when they had to return them. Having a simple-to-understand task motivated me to build an app and show to the owners of the kiosk.

Now I'm assisting a programming school with helping to design curriculum and I'd like to offer our students more of those simple-to-build apps.

I'll post some of my app ideas and I invite you to share yours. Let's see which one is the most popular. You are welcome to refine those practical projects and teach in your school.

CriteriaCriterias

  • Tasks should be simple to explain and familiar to students (14-18yrs)
  • Each app should have some real-life application or attempt to solve a problem.
  • Focus on "client requirements" and not "implementation" when defining a task.
  • Each task limited to 5 data entity types (or tables).

Thanks for sharing!

When I was learning to program I was building a "DVD Rental" application for the kiosk that would store information about disks, who borrowed them and when they had to return them. Having a simple-to-understand task motivated me to build an app and show to the owners of the kiosk.

Now I'm assisting a programming school with helping to design curriculum and I'd like to offer our students more of those simple-to-build apps.

I'll post some of my app ideas and I invite you to share yours. Let's see which one is the most popular.

Criteria

  • Tasks should be simple to explain and familiar to students (14-18yrs)
  • Each app should have some real-life application or attempt to solve a problem.
  • Focus on "client requirements" and not "implementation" when defining a task.
  • Each task limited to 5 data entity types (or tables).

Thanks for sharing!

When I was learning to program I was building a "DVD Rental" application for the kiosk that would store information about disks, who borrowed them and when they had to return them. Having a simple-to-understand task motivated me to build an app and show to the owners of the kiosk.

Now I'm assisting a programming school with helping to design curriculum and I'd like to offer our students more of those simple-to-build apps.

I'll post some of my app ideas and I invite you to share yours. Let's see which one is the most popular. You are welcome to refine those practical projects and teach in your school.

Criterias

  • Tasks should be simple to explain and familiar to students (14-18yrs)
  • Each app should have some real-life application or attempt to solve a problem.
  • Focus on "client requirements" and not "implementation" when defining a task.
  • Each task limited to 5 data entity types (or tables).

Thanks for sharing!

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