Welcome to GSale, a full-stack garage sale event organizer application that allows users to search for the hottest local deals in their area or host their own sale.
This platform aims to be a fun and unique way for users to filter through available sales by date, location, and item category based on their needs. Additionally, users will be able to create their own sale event listing.
Our goal is to help users explore their creative side by offering a balance between simplicity and robust functionality all within one easy-to-use application.
Check out our deployed project here!
- Fork the application repository from GitHub and clone this project to your machine.
- Open the project with your preferred text-editor, such as VS code.
- Prerequisite installations: Node.js, MySQL, React
- This project includes a
package.jsonfile that specifies dependencies for this project, which can be installed by running the command
- Run command “npm start” to start the react app on your local host server. It will automatically open
AS A USER, I want:
- to be able to filter garage sales by location, date, and category, SO THAT I can search for specific items or sales based on my preferences
- to be able to update my profile to include item categories I am interested in
- Must use a Node and Express web server
- Must be backed by a MySQL database with a Sequelize ORM
- Must have both GET and POST routes for retrieving and adding new data
- Must be deployed using Heroku (with data)
- Must utilize at least one new library, package or technology that we haven’t discussed
- Must have a front end/UI built on React
- Must have a folder structure that meets the MVC paradigm
- Must meet good-quality coding standards (indentation, scoping, naming, etc.)
- Must protect API keys in Node with environmental variables
This project was completed as a collaborative group for Project 3 from the University of Washington Web Development Bootcamp. If you would like to contribute, please feel free to contact any of the team members with questions or comments.
- Google Maps API – map API
If you have any questions feel free to contact our team:
- Andrew Ryu | Github | email
- Bakary Sylla | Github | email
- Brian Bixby | Github | email
- Joe Choe | Github | email
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