Trying to find a team for this hackathon was surprisingly hard, when we finally managed to find one, we decided to build a program that would let that process be a lot easier. The result: something more than just a beautiful pun.

What it does

Lucid Teaming is a way for an ideator to communicate with developers. If you ever wanted some help on a project, or some group members, you can put up a project listing and invite other developers to your project, as well as if you just want to find a project to work on, Lucid Teaming recommends you a project based on your skills and interests.

How we built it

We built this project using React.JS, Firebase, JavaScript, some love and a little bit of cussing.

Challenges we ran into

React.JS and Firebase are something that most of our group members have no experience in. It took a while to understand the syntax of React.JS and Firebase before we could even start working on the project. We also had issues with not being able to find data in a Firebase database as well. For the majority of our group, this is our first hackathon.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

We're proud of developing a base for a team finding program, while it may not have all the functions we had originally thought of, we learnt more about how React.JS and Firebase work.

What's next for Lucid Teaming

We ended up having to leave a couple of things out due to time constraints. In the future, we hope to make it look more appealing, built with more developer integration (Github credentials), and a chat with WebSockets so developers can talk to each other instead of a third-party site.

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