Inspiration

We were inspired by freerice.com, where users can answers questions to raise money for important causes. Instead of teaching english vocabulary and the like, we aim to teach code in Java and Python. Instead of donating rice, we aim to donate money to causes that support women's education.

What it does

Codefusion brings a user through a story where they create a world based on input. After they create sections of their world, they learn the code behind this and the different sorts of elements that make it up. For instance, the first chapter of the story asks them for input such as tree color and whether the world is hot or cold. After seeing the final image of their world, they are taught about conditionals and booleans and shown an IF statement used in the javascript that runs the code. We aim to give them real examples of what code can do, and show how endless the possibilities are.

How we built it

Our website is built through HTML, CSS, JavaScript and domain.com.

Challenges we ran into

  1. Issues uploading files to domain.com
  2. Figuring out how to include Javascript in our HTML site (with limited experience)

Accomplishments that we're proud of

  1. A Full Front Page Website
  2. Figuring out the JavaScript
  3. Our Story and our Method of Teaching
  4. Our Idea
  5. Our Design
  6. Our domain
  7. Taking on Two of the Challenges in One Project

What we learned

  1. JavaScript

What's next for Codefucious

Chapter Two...

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