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Go Time! x Twilio Hackathon Project Update

alexlsalt profile image Alex Morton Updated on ・1 min read

This post was originally published on April 20, 2020 on my blog.

Happy Monday! Had a great weekend. Almost (!) no coding, but I admit, I couldn't hold myself back from tinkering with my hackathon project. I added a few more items of functionality, including displaying and hiding certain aspects of the app based on whether or not a user was logged in.

Today, I'm going to focus on clearing up some bugs I have with logged in and logged out states. Literally, just this moment of writing gave me a burst of inspiration for fixing something, so I need to wrap this post up and get to it!

Ideally, I'd like to think up a good structure for storing users' data in a Firebase database (I also have the first initial inklings of how to do that from meditating on it this morning - so good).

In a perfect world, I'd get my Twilio stuff all set up this week (meaning, starting to add my API logic to the app). In other words, this week is for working hard to get the full MVP out the door and then next week would be QA-ing it and fixing any last minute bugs before submitting it on April 30.

Go time :)

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Good luck! I'm gonna need to get around to finishing my submission too :)

 

Emma!! Big CONGRATS on your hackathon submission!!!! So awesome!!!

 

Thank you so much, Alex!! πŸ˜†

 

Thanks, Emma! Looking forward to seeing your project :D