A project seen on devpost that we thought could be toned down for a project.
What it does
It gets the subway times based on user input into the database.
How I built it
The HTML5/CSS code was built by just making it off of a template and modifying it enough that everything that can be unique, is. The XML and JAVA was built by using object oriented programming and utilizing various calculations methods in netbeans ide and then integrated the code into XML Android Studio.
Challenges I ran into
For the HTML5/CSS, the issue of linking HTML pages together through the program became a big part that was solved by experimenting with naming and moving around files. For the JAVA and XML the main challenge was getting them to communicate with each other to create a working product.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
We finished it!!!!
What I learned
We learned how to use HTML to link two files together inside of Brackets, and in JAVA and XML we learned how to organized code better and better integrated methods for future use.
What's next for SnapTrav2
Most likely? Nothing. We came together today simply for the purpose of having fun at the Local Hack Day and ended up with something quite interesting that hopefully will do better than we intended.