Welcome to HalfWay- An app that helps you meet everyone halfway!

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With ticket prices, attractions via TripAdvisor and more!

Using React with Trip Advisor and Google Cloud Translate and Twilio Chat Apis to make a truly international app!

Calculates the midpoint using a formula that converts your geolocation into radians then pinpoints the closest airports with the most affordable tickets and best attractions

The best education in my belief is getting out of your comfort zone and exploring the world. Halfway explores the notion that two people, instead of visiting each other, go on an adventure together to someplace neither has been, that's HalfWay.

By providing ticket prices and attraction information and calculating a midpoint, HalfWay can assist in everything from planning an urban hangout to an international odyssey. And it can be a powerful equalizer for people from nations with visa restrictions or other challenges to engage and meet face-to-face with would be mentors and inspirational figures...by meeting them halfway!

Meet Yourself HalfWay

Meet your Destiny HalfWay

Meet the World HalfWay

componentDidMount() {
         var midPoint = function (latitude1, longitude1, latitude2, longitude2) {
             var DEG_TO_RAD = Math.PI / 180; // To convert degrees to radians.

             // Convert latitude and longitudes to radians:
             var lat1 = latitude1 * DEG_TO_RAD;
             var lat2 = latitude2 * DEG_TO_RAD;
             var lng1 = longitude1 * DEG_TO_RAD;
             var dLng = (longitude2 - longitude1) * DEG_TO_RAD; // Diff in longtitude.

             // Calculate mid-point:
             var bx = Math.cos(lat2) * Math.cos(dLng);
             var by = Math.cos(lat2) * Math.sin(dLng);
             var lat = Math.atan2(
                 Math.sin(lat1) + Math.sin(lat2),
                 Math.sqrt((Math.cos(lat1) + bx) * (Math.cos(lat1) + bx) + by * by));
             var lng = lng1 + Math.atan2(by, Math.cos(lat1) + bx);
            // debugger
             return ({
                 latitude: lat / DEG_TO_RAD,
                 longitude: (lng / DEG_TO_RAD)
             if (this.props.location2) {
                //  debugger
                 const lat1 = this.props.location.lat
                 const lng1 = this.props.location.lng
                 const lat2 = this.props.location2.lat
                 const lng2 = this.props.location2.lng
                 var midLocation = midPoint(lat1, lng1, lat2, lng2)
                //  console.log(midLocation)

                     "lat": midLocation.latitude,
                     "lng": midLocation.longitude
                //  debugger
         } else {
            //  debugger
             const lat = this.props.location.lat
             const lng = this.props.location.lng
                         "lat": this.props.location.lat,
                         "lng": this.props.location.lng,

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