Inspiration

Finding affordable new adventures with a swipe.

What it does

Starts by asking the airport of departure, a time range for the trip duration, and the number of people travelling. After the information has been inputted, TrevaSwipe provides the user with a flash card containing a destination and its price. All information is retrieved from Skyscanner's API. If the user does not like the country of arrival, the user swipes left on the country section. Then a new flash card appears with a new country. Likewise, if the user does not like the city of arrival, the user swipes left on the city section. Similarly, a new flash card appears with a new city of the same country. The process is repeated until the user selects a destination by swiping right.

How we built it

We built the mobile app for both Android and iOS using React-native, javascript, python, and Flask.

Challenges we ran into

Integrating the API with the backend, and combining the backend with the frontend.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

Finishing a presentable app in under 24 hours.

What we learned

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