Code Lauch 2015 has come to a close!
We got to see some great projects go from zero to something in a very short time, many of you learned new frameworks, and everyone had a great time. For anyone who didn't get a chance to participate, we look forward to seeing you next time!
Thanks to all of our members, and especially our hackathon participants, for making Code Launch 2015 a great success!
Below, you'll find the winning projects. Be sure to give them all a try!
Tally is a simple task management app.
Built in Rails, Tally is a clean, simple, and easy to use app and the overall pick of the judges for Code Launch 2015.
Eat Lunch solves the problem of deciding where to eat.
A Rails app utilizing Yelp's and Locu's APIs, Eat Lunch automates searching for restaurants based on your location. Eat Lunch is a very useful tool and was the community's overall pick in our forum vote.
React to Life is a tool to display images sent as an MMS to a specific phone number.
Built using React, Firebase, and Twilio, React to Life is a well-designed and useful app. A clever concept and solid implementation make React to Life a crowd favorite.
Sudoku Solver is a simple tool to solve sudoku puzzles.
Built in Python using the Flask framework, it was created as a way to get up and running with Python quickly. The code is well-documented and easy to read. It was a delight to watch the code come together and the challenges being overcome.