Inspiration

We were inspired to support the ease of drivers who have card licenses and could forget them in their homes and the ease for uber and the user to confirm and assess new drivers on the Uber drivers list. : Some group members sought to tackle sustainability issues, other members sought to improve on current driving services. All ideas combined birthed DrivahGo.

What it does

1) You sign in to the app with your credentials and it redirects to the government website where you sign in to extract your Drivers data and upload it on the app which has a barcode as seen in the explanatory sheet.

How I built it

WE used Figma to understand the UI and flutter to create an instance of the front end. Simultaneously due to ease of implementing the database we used React to set up the front end to make API calls easier with IBM cloud he intentions were to create the app face using a cross-platform language, Flutter, and push it to IBM Cloud as an API such that it can interact with the IBM ecosystem. GraphQL would be used to assist in minimizing queries.

Challenges I ran into

I found it hard to deploy my project to IBM clouds and make the required API calls

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

Learning a whole new programming language, Flutter and trying IBM cloud for the first time.

What I learned

I learned a whole new variety of software and how to use them

What's next for DrivahGo

We still have a lot of testing to improve the security of the app, establishing secure data.he intentions were to create the app face using a cross-platform language, Flutter, and push it to IBM Cloud as an API such that it can interact with the IBM ecosystem. GraphQL would be used to assist in minimizing queries.

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