This is a list of the DevHack projects that were submitted before the deadline. Follow this link to vote. Community voting will end on Tuesday, May 5th at 03:00 PM UTC.
Words Have Meaning (B)
These are two websites on opposite sides of the spectrum. One of them displays insults whilst the other display compliments. One of the themes of this challenge was to make something new and small. Whilst the idea itself may not be a relatively new idea, we spun the concept so that the insults would appear to be small whilst the compliments larger.
This is symbolic of the fact that insults, and by extension negativity, are all small and insignificant in the grand scheme of things and should not be focused on." Don't sweat the small stuff".
Instructions: Open the web page and press "click me" to see the statements. You can switch between the pages using the links at the top right hand corner. Short and simple :)
QR code Generator (C)
It generates QR code of text,url,information you want to share.
Covid 19 tracker with Python (D)
This is a bot which uses the Twitter API to tweet updates about daily Covid 19 cases. To use it, just add your Twitter API keys in the space provided in the file track.py. It requires Twython and requests libraries to run. It can be scheduled to run once every 24 hours using cron on a Raspberry Pi. Data is collected from a free JSON API
Goal it (E)
We've built an OKR (Objective key result) dashboard for helping the community to improve their efficiency with personal projects and future hackathons.
Zettelkasten (excluded from voting)
Create "Roam-a-like" bi-directionally linked notes in markdown.
Team Match (F)
Web application to help people taking part in hackathons to find team members and coding partners. People who don't have partner, can look for other people's entries, or submit their own entry to app. This project doesn't need registration, doesn't collect excess personal information and doesn't send emails. Project tries to be as easy to approach as possible, making it hopefully good hub to find coding partners.
Project is coded with DETA platform from scratch.
Dice Roller (G)
Dice rolling app for Tabletop RPG games
Simon Game (H)
his is a simple Simon Game that tests your memory skills. Simon Game has four colored buttons, each producing a particular tone when it is pressed. A round in the game consists of the program lighting up one or more buttons in a random order, after which the player must reproduce that order by pressing the buttons. As the game progresses, the number of buttons to be pressed increases. The plus point is that now it maintains a scoreboard. So, now you can compete with your friends by saving your highest score with just a github account.
Instead of asking question xxx, ask as /question xxx. This way you can follow previously asked similar questions and decide whether you need to post your question or follow any previous thread.
Code & Screenshots: https://github.com/prash471/DevHacks2020
Github Online Code Reader (K)
Like most developers I spend way more time reading code then actually writing it.
One of the main places to read code - weather it's open source projects, a library you want to use, or a technical assessment submission - is Github!.My web app allows you to enter a repo's ur like https://github.com/deta/metrics-server and view the code on an online editor without have to clone and open any editor on your local machine.
Do I Have It? (M)
This app is a COVID-19 questionnaire to determine if you have the novel Corona virus.
Platform to quickly share application config files and try them out risk free.
Code & Instructions: https://github.com/Morse-Module/Morse-Module
orbi was intended to be a collection of orb games using websockets. Time constraints left me working on just orbtag. Orbtag is a game basically like freeze tag. At least 2 players are required, so invite your friends. A full set of instructions have been put together here https://orbiapp.herokuapp.com/orbtag/instructions
New York Times News Feed (Q)
Short description: I built a New York Times News Feed using the official New York Times API, in specific, the Top Stories API
Unnamed space game (R)
It's like a space shooter but due to time constraints I wasn't able to add the "shooter" part, so it's mostly a space dodge game.
Article to MP3 (S)
This program is designed to convert anything I'd like to read into a mp3 file I can listen to while driving. However, unlike most Text-To-Speech tools, it mostly manages to avoid a 5 minute lecture on site navigation and the standard half an hour of ads being read.
Code & Instructions: https://github.com/BattlestarSC/pythonWebpageToAudioFile
Image Security (T)
This web application aims to provide a platform for easy to use image encryption and decryption. The backend framework of the app is made using flask. For the image encryption we first generate a random key number. The image is treated as bytes. We perform Xor function on each byte of the image, hence the image becomes encrypted. For decrypting the image if perform the Xor function again using the same key our bytes of the image are restored to normal, hence the image again becomes decrypted.
GOODS LOCATOR (U)
The idea is to create a web service which would-
1. Keep citizens updated with the locations where essentials are sold in this pandemic outbreak. Moreover, an option for delivery will also be provided.
2. Provide an opportunity to citizens to volunteer for the distribution of goods.
3. Their information will be updated on the website.
4. Send the details of citizens who need goods, to volunteers concerned.
5. Provide an account to retailers and distributors to update their information regarding availability of stock etc. to make it easy for people to approach.
Create an Audiobook of your design where you can convert text to audio and download that audio in mp3 to listen anywhere you go