Inspiration

Whenever I go to a restaurant and order to-go, I have to keep asking if my order is ready. Also, waiting in line just to order your food is very time consuming.

What it does

Our OrderAlert app will allow customers to order food from their smartphone or tablet in-store. Once their order is ready, they will be alerted with push notification and they don't have to constantly wait at the counter or keep asking if their order is ready.

How I built it

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Challenges I ran into

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

What I learned

What's next for OrderAlert

packages we have used

meteor-base # Packages every Meteor app needs to have mobile-experience # Packages for a great mobile UX mongo # The database Meteor supports right now blaze-html-templates # Compile .html files into Meteor Blaze views session # Client-side reactive dictionary for your app jquery # Helpful client-side library tracker # Meteor's client-side reactive programming library

standard-minifiers # JS/CSS minifiers run for production mode es5-shim # ECMAScript 5 compatibility for older browsers. ecmascript # Enable ECMAScript2015+ syntax in app code

react less accounts-password mizzao:bootstrap-3 accounts-ui-unstyled iron:router meteoric:ionic meteoric:ionic-sass meteoric:ionicons-sass meteortoys:allthings

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Mark Xie posted an update

This hackathon has been a great learning journey, and I really enjoyed hacking away the weekend with 3 cool teammates. Our teamwork is golden.

In an attempt to use the goodies of React alongside Meteor, during this hackathon I have figured out a way to put together an unconventional ‘Bibir' combo: Blaze + Ionic + Bootstrap + Iron router + React.

I have to do some hacks to resolve conflicts between Ionic and Bootstrap, and come up with a hackish yet elegant way of combining React + Meteoric.

I learned a lot from Eric about Git and SourceTree, and discovered that I gained a lot of clarity by defining all my schemas at the beginning, and writing my methods before touching the fronted.

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