So this is it, my final update on the hackathon, it's kind of sad really but it's been pushed to a live server (azure to be specific) but I just wanted to let people have a sneak peak into how to get messages.
When you are logged into the website these buttons will appear, these buttons allow you to subscribe to the updates on the event, once an update is published to the event a message will be sent to all of the subscribers of the event via twilios api.
Note : Oh I should mention that these buttons only appear if you have a mobilenumber associated with your account.
And well.. that's all I have to say. This was a blast to work on
Checkout the website: https://artemiswebserver.azurewebsites.net
Artemis, in Greek religion, the goddess of wild animals, the hunt, and vegetation, and of chastity and childbirth;
What is this?
This is a project that I am going to submit for the dev.to hackathon in association with twilio on 2020-04.
Right now the world has it's mind on COVID-19 how can you help? But looking beyond and forward how do we help the homeless the starving, how do we fix global warming. This project is to help people who want to help with all of these causes and more, oganizations can create events that they are currently running i.e. Donate to fix a curch roof, and have a quick "call to action" that people can use to donate to help that event.
Updates can be published to events to share how progress is coming along so that people are informed with…
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