Catroid, also known as Pocket Code, is an on-device visual programming system for Android devices.
Catrobat is a visual programming language and set of creativity tools for smartphones, tablets, and mobile browsers. Catrobat programs can be written by using the Catroid programming system on Android phones and tablets.
For more information oriented towards developers please visit our developers page.
Nightly builds can be found here.
If you want to contribute we suggest that you start with forking our repository and browse the code. Then you can look at our Issue-Tracker and start with fixing one ticket. We strictly use Test-Driven Development and Clean Code, so first read everything you can about these development methods. Code developed in a different style will not be accepted. After you've created a pull request we will review your code and do a full testrun on your branch.
If you want to implement a new feature, please ask about the details in JIRA or our IRC channel (#catrobat or #catrobatdev) first.
Let's start to set up the working environment using the instructions in our Wiki!
Resources and links
- Google Play Store Download
- Community website with sample programs
- Installation Instructions
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Statistics on OpenHub
- Our Google group
- Visit us on IRC: #catrobat or #catrobatdev on freenode
License of our project (mainly AGPL v3).