As college students, we often find ourselves searching the web for valuable information for our classes.

What it does

WebVoter is a chrome extension that allows people to vote on google search results for their relevancy to the search term they used.

How I built it

We built WebVoter using a combination of JavaScript, HTML, JSON, and Python. We used JavaScript for the majority of the coding, HTML for the visual format, JSON for the manifest, and Python for the server/database.

Challenges I ran into

Some challenges we ran into included the newness of JavaScript and HTML. We're all relatively new to programming in these languages and certainly had a tough time.

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

I'm proud of the fact that we pulled together what we did over a short weekend. None of us are particularly fluent in any of the languages we used and yet we still managed to get the project in a mostly working state.

What I learned

I learned a ton about JavaScript and HTML. These two languages were completely new concepts to me coming in and now I can say that I have at least some experience programming in them.

What's next for WebVoter

We'll probably try to finish it completely

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