We were sitting in the cafeteria the day the hackathon started, Alex and Reese were discussing the projects we could do. They were also discussing the things they wanted to learn during the hackathon. After we all returned the dishes to the dish return, Alex was like what if we had an application that tracked things people do, like push in their chairs or take out the trash. Thus, our Android application was thought of.

What it does

The application allows you to manually track the things you do. For example, if you do the dishes you can add a point to the system, or if you accidentally add a point you can delete it.

How we built it

The application was built using Android Studio.

Challenges we ran into

The challenges we ran into was using Android Studio in general, manipulating data, creating views, the Gradle in general, configuring Android Studio on each machine. The "language barrier" was a bit difficult as it is hard because we are not all fluent in the languages required.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

Some accomplishments that we are proud of is making an Android application.

What we learned

Some things that we learned is that simple projects are very difficult in Android Studio.

What's next for The Happy App

The next thing for The Happy App would have a database implemented.

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