Welcome to Fortuna's Developer Day!
TechTrek is a full-stack application designed to streamline the career transition process for Codeup graduates. In this one-stop resource, users can view relevant job and event postings, upload a resume for Codeup’s student placement team to review, and receive guidance from the placement team on any questions pertaining to their job search. This project utilizes the MVC design pattern, Spring Boot with Spring Security, Thymeleaf, and MySQL.
OptikoCodes is a community-based full-stack web application that allows users to post questions about programming issues. Other users are able to offer a detailed video response to those questions as well as comment on responses. The application was built in Java, following the MVC pattern and utilizing the Spring Boot framework, MySQL, jQuery, Bootstrap and the Summernote WYSIWYG. As a nod to Michael Jordan, the developers have adopted the #WeAllJordans hashtag to signify their ability to work together and push each other to new heights.
MemeTees is an e-commerce site designed for buying and selling clothing products featuring trending internet memes. The site was constructed using Spring Boot, HTML, CSS, BootStrap, and MySQL. The use of a dynamic database allows for maintenance and upkeep of users, inventory and transactions. The application uses the Stripe Payment API which ensures customers’ secure transaction processing while keeping the application light and efficient.
Chowhound is a mobile-friendly website that allows users to search for food trucks in their area, upload photos of their truck, food, or environment, and leave reviews. Each truck listing shows pictures that the owner or users have uploaded, the types of food that they sell, as well as location and owner information. Chowhound was built using the Filestack API for uploading images, Google Maps API for tracking truck and user location, as well as Java, SpringBoot, MySql, CSS, HTML, and Bootstrap.