Since the release of Scratch in 2007, young people around the world have programmed and shared more than 15 million Scratch projects . The first generation of Scratch was an application that kids downloaded to local machines. With Scratch 2.0, the second and current generation of Scratch, kids create and share their interactive stories, games, and animations directly in web browsers.
Scratch 3.0 is the next generation of Scratch which takes this experience further by empowering children to create with technology on their mobile devices. In addition, Scratch 3.0 puts a special emphasis on creating with a wide variety of mediums including sound, data, and even the physical world by seamlessly integrating with IoT and digitally enhanced construction kits.