Make an app open source

If I want to publish the source code of my app to GitHub, I have to upload the files in the aia exported from the builder or the final apk ones? Also, is it possible with the license of Makeroid?

The files in the aia is the source code. And don’t worry about licensing.

Ok, so I have only to upload it and is it done?

yes, and if you want to track changes in Github, then extract files in aia, and upload them.

But be sure to remove any API key, if present

Perfect! Can I choose the license or I have to use the App Inventor one?

I’m not sure. I think you can choose any license of your choice.

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