Hack : Use the Botkit SDK (https://botkit.ai/) to develop a chat bot that runs on the Cisco Webex Teams platform.
The NC A&T hack-a-thon challenge is to use Cisco DNA-Center API in conjunction with other available open-source APIs to accomplish the following tasks: (1) Use a twitter account to 'tweet' an hourly network status report. (2) Use a twitter account to 'tweet' an alert when a network device has a problem.
The Design My Wedding app is a full-stack MERN app, utilizing MongoDB, Express.js, React.js, and Node.js. Multiple APIs are used for Users to browse clothing, decor, and venues. Users are able to save items to a database using Moongoose. The app itself is a full React single page app which implemtents React Router to give the appearance of multiple pages.
This app is a simple React-based rendition of the New York Times Article Search application. This app was built using multiple created from scratch React components, helper/util functions, and utilizes the React mounting lifecycle to query and display articles based on user searches. This app also uses Node, Express and MongoDB so that users can save articles to read later.
News Scraper is web application that uses Cheerio and Mongoose to retreive and store news articles from BlackNews.com.
Articles are retreived from the database and passed into Handlebars to be displayed in an attractive manner.
The app allows users to make comments on or delete comments from the articles posted.
Friend Finder is a compatibility app designed to match friends together. This full-stack site takes in results from your users' surveys, then compares their answers with those from other users. The app then displays the name and picture of the user with the best overall match.
Bamazon is a CLI app used in conjunction with MySQL that runs as a simple storefront. The app displays products from the database, takes in orders from customers and depletes stock from the store's inventory The app allows Managers and Supervisors to perform additional functions.
In order to run this program node modules will need to be installed from the package.json file, and the database will need to be created.
LIRI is a command line node app that takes in specific parameters from the command line and gives you back data in the terminal/bash window.
In order to run this program node modules will need to be installed from the package.json file, and a .env file with Twitter and Spotify keys will need to be added.