College students aren't usually given resources to study on their own outside of the classroom to learn material. This way, they have access to a database of study material to learn their craft and enhance learning past the classroom.
What it does
Users log in with their university email and they can see all the study material for all classes at their university filtered by the extension of their university email. They can upload documents for whatever class they want in their classes or "bubbles" and download them as well.
How we built it
We used MongoDB-Atlas as a database to store different labels and info on how to categorize. We used Amazon's S3 to store the files that a label in the database can point to when a button is clicked on the Web App. MongoDB-Stitch is used as a full back-end that connects the database, data source, and front end together.
Challenges I ran into
The authentication for MongoDB gave us trouble in our program that we're learning to overcome.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
The artwork for our web app looks creative and aesthetically pleasing.
What we learned
We learned more about databases and storage platforms, specifically tailored to MongoDB.
What's next for Bubble
We're going to make it more function and secure in the future to eventually make it a non-profit tool for future learning.