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Armoire

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ARMOIRE: look great so you can focus on what matters.

Armoire is an intuitive real time apparel planner and scheduling platform. It optimizes your daily outfit selection based on:

  • Apparel/Accessories/Shoes you already own, your current geocoordinates, amongst other factors (time since last worn, color coordination, amount of likes by friends etc.).
  • Incorporates: Ruby on Rails Relational mapping: PostgreSQL User authentication and session: Devise Bootstrap customized with SASS Early Beta currently located on Heroku: intense-harbor-75235.herokuapp.com/

Features:

 

 

  • Users can uploaded pictures, set attributes of their favorite garments, shoes and accessories.
  • Users can create their own unique outfits, and preview before adding to their Armoire.
  • Alternatively users can generate random outfits, or view customized recommendations based on a proprietary algorithm.
  • Users can friend, favorite outfits and communicate with other users.
  • Weather API integration (Forecast.io) for real time updates based on season/weather reports.
  • Clean, user friendly interface

Authors: Jen Abella, Chris McGuigan, Chris Bradshaw, Maisie Athens

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Made with:

  • Ruby
  • Rails
  • HTML5
  • Javascript
  • Bootstrap SASS

 

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Click HERE to see this on my Github!

 

  • Utilizes React JS and the Flux architecture. It’s meant as a tutorial or guide for how to build a React JS application.
  • Npm and bower for package management, the default Bootstrap theme, LESS CSS for minor style and positioning adjustments, and finally brunch to build it all up and provide a simple web server.
  • EventEmitter for event notifications as per the Flux architecture.

 

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Goodli

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Click HERE to check out GoodliΒ live on Heroku!

Description

LinkedIn for the social conscience.

 

 

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Background

The core features of the app were built in two weeks as part of Flatiron School’s project mode. We began Goodli as a way users to create socially impactful events and highlight their involvement in socially impactful events. The app promotes engagement through the exchange of karma points for event participation.

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Features

Event and Karma CRUD Actions – Change.org API Integration – Integrated Bootstrap Theme with Ajax functionality – User Registration and Session functionality with Devise

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Contributing

Fork it (unless you’re core team)
Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
Commit your changes (git commit -am ‘Add some feature’)
Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
Create new Pull Request

Authors

Evan Hawk (@evanahawk), Chris McGuigan (@chris_mcguigan) , George Toothman (@georgetoothman)

License

Goodli is MIT Licensed. See LICENSE for details.

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