Most package delivery services today are either slow and/or expensive. We thought that we could create a faster, cheaper alternative for everyone to use.
What it does
P2PDelivery enables users to request for a package to be delivered to a specific location within the city. Regular citizens can choose to deliver these packages on their daily commutes, both making money and delivering the package faster than postal services.
How we built it
We used the new Ionic2 framework and the Google Maps API to create a crossplatform application that anyone can use.
Challenges we ran into
The main challenge we ran into was actually creating the application, as none of us had previous experience in this framework, and hardly any experience in these langauges.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We are most proud of the UI that we have built for our application, making it unique yet easily accessible for everyone.
What we learned
We learned how to use the Ionic framework and the languages that we coded in, as well as splitting up the building of an application between front-end and back-end effectively.
What's next for P2PDelivery
We want to implement a live server so that users can interact with each other, as well as creating the driver-side of this application.
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