We were inspired by other peer-to-peer solutions that allow people to share their own skills and expertise with each other.
What it does
It allows students to both share their own knowledge by listing classes they have passed as well as receive help with classes they may need tutoring in. The back-end is functional and would be able to be joined to the front-end in the future. It allows account creation and posting of requests for tutoring help when you need it.
How we built it
We built a secure backend to hold user data as well as a quick frontend to be able to interface with it in the future.
Challenges we ran into
We had difficulty with implementing angular and learning node for the first time.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
The security and expandability of the backend.
What we learned
We gained experience in team working as well as new tools for some of our members like node and angular. We also got a sense for what modern web development is like.
What's next for Tudor
We may build the program into a fully-fledged application that would be posted on the google play store and app store. We may work to deploy it and promote it on college campuses.