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AppInventor Personal Private Server on Linux VM or Flash Drive

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Updated 3/24/2012
+ Upgraded Vmware image
+ Added new Bootable linux Flash Drive Image with All Inventor installed

The Appinventor Personal Private server in a self contained, slimmed down Linux installation.

Two flavors are iincluded: Vmware Virtual Machine and a Bootable Flash Drive image.

Google Appinventor is a graphical blocks based development environment for Android devices. Google ended the their support of the project and released the code to MIT for educations support. MIT periodically releases JAR files in a pseudo open project.

This self contained project used unmodified MIT jars. The project allows a users to develop, save and build a running application that can be downloaded to the phone, shared with others and potentially modified to place in the Google Market / Play service.

This project requires the users to download and install free tools. See the wiki pages for more information.

Feel free to contact the project owner.

AppInventor on a VM or Flash Drive Web Site


  • VMware Virtual Machine Image
  • Bootable Linux Flash Drive Image
  • Self Contained Appinventor Server and Build Server


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Education, Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop



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