This is a growing list of potentially interesting example Indu programs running on Pandita. Many of these apps you can use directly, otherwise might require you to make your own clone. Cloning an app is easy. Make sure you're logged in to Pandita, then click the Pandita logo in the top-right, and start editing the source. When you save, you'll have your own copy.
Mad libs are a fun game, often played in classrooms. They are also a useful tool in teaching foreign languages, such as English. This is a quite complete example. It shows how to create two 'pages' in your app, how to navigate between those pages, how to save user data, and how to allow a user to edit the flow of the app themselves. The Mad-Libs app is quite short. Look at the library to see how it all works.Mad Libs
Pandita's version of a high-profile, successful startup. You've probably run into it on Instagram or TikTok, or when interacting with your real estate agent. This app is a simple list of links. But like the aforementioned startup, it is actually three things. 1) A list of links. 2) An easy to edit list of links. 3) Analytics about which links are getting clicked. This example is all of those things. Have a look at the library to see how it works, or just clone this app, and make your own list. This example makes use of anonymous scope databases to count clicks.Linked List
Strictly for fans of the classic 90s American sitcom, Frasier. This app will randomly pick an episode to watch, for when even picking an episode is too much. And if you're not a fan of that sitcom, then clone this app, replace the IMDb title id with the id of your favourite sitcom, and have it choose from there. This app demonstrates how to consume a JSON API (the OMDb API), and how to safely store API keys. To use this app you must clone it, and add the API key into the secrets database, using the Data tab of the app source.Frasier