Writing programs on an Android device without prior knowledge.
Catroid is a visual coding IDE and interpreter for Android for the Catrobat programming language.
Catrobat is a visual programming language and a set of creativity tools for smartphones. Catrobat projects can be created using Catrobat's Android apps available on Google Play and iPhone apps available on Apple's app store.
For more information oriented towards developers, check out our developers page.
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 on https://catrob.at/mailinglist
Start setting up the working environment by following the instructions: https://github.com/Catrobat/Catroid/wiki/Setup-working-environment
Also make sure to read our guidelines for creating a pull request
A first training ticket usually consists of writing a new Catrobat language test, see https://jira.catrob.at/browse/CATROID-390 for details.
License of our project (mainly AGPL v3).