The idea behind Webloom is to help close the gap of knowledge transference between social workers who work with children with special needs, and their parents.

What it does

It is essentially a records database that keeps all of the student's important information that is needed as well as having the ability to quickly create logs of milestones or certain events with a child.

How I built it

Webloom is being built using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Node.js, Mongoose, and Express.

Challenges I ran into

Some of the challenges I ran into were just limitations to using JavaScipt to build our content management system, as well as implementing a database to store student information. Also, the amount of work needed to be completed within our time limit was a lot more than we had anticipated.

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

I'm proud that my team and I were dedicated to working hard on a project that acknowledges the very real struggle for social workers, and that our vision was one that was dedicated for helping the social good.

What's next for Webloom

What's next for Webloom is implementing Flask into our project, to help scale back the amount of work needed to be done within our time constraints.

I would like to thank my amazing teammates for the work that has been done and for the effort that has been committed towards our hack.

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