In this last demo for the moment in my Dash robot series, how to tell if Dash is really flashing his lights if you can't see smile.

In this demo, I show you how to get Dash to do things over and over and over again via a simple for loop

In this demo, I show you how to go about writing a function.

In this demo, we have some fun working out the buttons on Dash’s head.

In this demo, I show you how to code once again using the Dash Template within Swift Playgrounds on the iPad on getting Dash to play various sounds and to have a bit of fun with moving Dash and making sounds.


In this demo I show you how to use the Dash Template that you can get from within the Swift Playgrounds app for searching for Wonder Workshop.

In this demo, I take you through the move forward, move left, move right, and move backward commands.


In this demo, I discuss how you can use Dash to learn coding via Swift Playgrounds using the developer Playgrounds (Wonder Workshop), in particular Dash Template and Dash Book.

I then give you a run through of how Dash is put together, and how you turn him on.

Note - none of the Wonder Workshop apps are accessible so if you are a VoiceOver user and you want to learn how to code or teach your children how to code with VoiceOver support, then it will be the iPad, Swift Playgrounds, and the free Playgrounds mentioned above.

Both the Dash Template, and Dash Book can be located within Swift Playgrounds, just look for Wonder Workshop and you'll find it.

In the next podcast, I'll show you how you can program Dash using VoiceOver. 

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