Many college students today, including the members of our team, face the issue of managing the countless amount of tasks given to us on a daily basis. In addition, to many of us this happens to be our first hackathon, so we decided to take up an app which is practical to create and applicable to our every day lives. Above all, our team aimed to make an app to the best of our abilities which we can develop over time
What it does
Tadu is an interactive checklist app that organizes the priorities of the users according to importance, due date, and labels. As of now, the app allows you input tasks into a database which you can access with the click of a button. However, after future work, the development team hopes to add a feature which increments the importance of tasks over time thus bringing older untouched tasks to the users' attention. Along with that, the team also hopes to add a mobile version of the app for android and apple devices in order to help people keep track of their lists where ever they go! Tadu is an app that will make you say tada when your todo lists become clear!
How we built it
Challenges we ran into
Of course time was the main issue when developing the app. There were many aspects which we wish we could have included, however because of time constraints, we had to brush over the smaller and broader details.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Overall, we are most proud of putting together a completely functional application, despite the fact that it does not fulfill all of the desired tasks intended. When coming to the hackathon, our purpose was not to win, but to learn, develop and push ourselves as coders.
What we learned
Overall, our team has learned more than we could have ever imagined today. Our backend coders discovered more about PHP and MySQL, and our frontend designers became more well tuned to HTML and web design. Above all, our team definitely learned a thing or two about teamwork.
What's next for Tadu
Our development team will continue to improve on Tadu following the hackathon in order to improve our technical skills while also creating an application that we would all use every day.
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