Progress Software, creators of NativeScript, Kendo UI, and much more, are pleased to host the Angular Connect Hackathon on Sept 27th from 6:00 - 10:30 pm. You can continue to work on your projects during the remainder of the night but please submit a video and Github repo link of your hack to DevPost by 10:00 am on September 28th. Judging via DevPost will include all conference members, and winners will be announced at the close of the conference. We have four categories available for prizes and encourage you to form teams to win! With special thanks to GFT for their invaluable help with materials for this hackathon.
- What will we be hacking?
You will be building something interesting with NativeScript and Angular 2. To show it off, record a video demo that we can all see and post it here on DevPost!
- What categories can we hack on?
Social Hack - suggested API: Kiva - seed code
Using Kendo UI
Machine Learning Hack - suggested API: Clarif.ai - seed code
Interesting Web + Mobile Hack - use the Angular Seed to get started
- What can we do to prepare?
It’s really important to install NativeScript on your machine and get it up and running, and possibly learn about how NativeScript and Angular 2 work together by working through the Getting Started Guide for NativeScript using Angular 2.
You can also join the NativeScript Slack channel in the #hackathon room where we will have experts ready to field questions.
$100 in prizes
Each team member of the winning team per category will receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Attendees of the AngularConnect conference are eligible. You may form teams of any size or work solo.
Make a video of your app running on an iOS or Android emulator as a demo. You can use QuickTime, Camtasia, or any video software to create something that everyone can view onsite. Upload it directly here or provide a YouTube video link. Please also submit a public Github repo link so we can look at the code.
How to enter
Make a video of your app running on an emulator as a demo. You can use QuickTime, Camtasia, or any video software to create something that everyone can view onsite. Upload it directly here or provide a YouTube video link. Please also submit a public Github repo link so we can look at the code.
best use of various seed code