I made the mapping portion of the project in the past. This portion was submitted to a previous hackathon, as you may see in my portfolio. The part that I worked on during the hackathon is the scheduling portion. I believe that the mapping is a good feature to add to this project and its theme.
I saw and used many great websites for making schedules. I wanted to take this opportunity to make my own version of a scheduler.
What it does
It can map routes automatically after the user adds a list of tasks, and the user can schedule when to do each task during the week.
How I built it
I used Qoom as my code editor. I created a big table in html to mimic the schedule grid. It takes the user input for which slot it wants to fill.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
I'm proud that I was able to make the schedule div. I was afraid that I would have had to settle for a less complex design.
What we learned
I learned how to operate the table element in html and how to make it operate similarly to an Excel graph.
What's next for The Mapper Planner
I'm planning to make a database where I can store the schedules I made, so that I can save my schedule and open it another time even when I exit the website.