Third place at AppsForFlanders hackathon
Last week, I went to the AppForFlanders hackathon with some friends. At this event, students were invited to build apps with government data.
More info about the event:
- The event website
- The IBBT blog - and a little nod to the author for providing me with the pictures in this post
Berenleren combines biodiversity data with images and descriptions from Wikipedia and book titles from boek.be.
The application, built in a couple of hours, is buggy at best (and ugly at worst), but available at http://berenleren.apphb.com/ (it is written fully in HTML/JS/CSS, so feel free to grab the source).
And oh, forgot to mention: it got us a third place (500 euros and a ticket for iMinds), which is nice.
Some more pictures:
No animals were harmed in the making of this software.