In the past few months, my team-mates felt that virtual classes have led to a lack of interactivity in the class. This leads to teachers finding it difficult to motivate students and make them concentrate. To boost interaction in classes, we have created Quizly, a live quiz and assignment application that helps teachers and students to feel closer and bring joy to classes.
What it does
- It offers a platform where teachers can create live quizzes/slides that can be used for conducting quiz "leagues" or assess student's presence during a class
- Make homework quizzes
- Manage students effectively by creating classrooms
How We built it
We built the website using React.js, Next.js, CSS Modules, Express.js, MongoDB and Socket.io
Challenges We ran into
It was our first time with Socket.io and it took us some time before becoming fluent with it.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We are happy that we could complete our app and style it decently well within the deadline
What we learned
We learned about socket.io and integrating it with a Node.js API. The frontend was equally exciting