Building an app to manage your cash!
Budget allows users to keep track of their money and see high level trends about their spending and income.
Budget enables users to immediately see what they spend their money on, and allows them to better manage their finances. Right now you can add transactions for both income and expenditure.
In the future I will add the ability to see trends over time (30 days etc) as well as adding a category based tagging system so that transactions can be grouped by a type, allowing a user to see generally what they spend their money on.
LOTS and I mean LOTS of work to be done, but learnt a lot about Angular this weekend!!
You can add a transaction with the form (shown by clicking 'add transaction')
Backend: Node, express, JSON web tokens, mongoose, mongo DB, Passport, ES6
Frontend: Angular4 via official CLI tool, Rxjs
Both sides hosted on Heroku
Good effort, but unfortunately the app is not very useful in the current state.
Advice: don't waste time on login pages and so forth before finishing and polishing the main idea of the app.
Your feedback to my entry would be appreciated as well.
Nice entry. It's true hackathons give us an opportunity to try our hands with new stuff.
Do look out for my entry and provide feedback.
Nice app! Interface can be made great :)
Could see some use for this especially in a mobile type situation :)
A very nice budget app, especially considering you did it all on your own! Drop downs or some other non-typing input for egress/ingress or currency would have made it even better.
Website was up, but I kept being returned to the login screen.
Nice try guys in 48 hours.!! I will suggest you to work some more on design and Utility part.!! I liked your Idea it is good. Need some more elements in the application like graph and user data analysis. I wish my feedback be more positive. :)
It will be great if you are playing a game which is developed by me and giving feedback :)
Nice attempt :) Good luck completing it :)
Let me know what you think about my HTML builder ;)
The concept was great, just needed a bit more to feel finished. Could have used a bit more work on the UI, probably pulling in something like Angular Material, Ng-Bootstrap, or even Ionic. Would have also like to see the list update as the transactions are getting added.
Your feedback to our entry would be appreciated as well. GLHF!
There were some things that were deal breakers for using this application. For instance, I could not create a transaction because the XHR call returned a 401. As a personal preference, Angular Material looks much better than Bootstrap and the integration with Angular is really nice.
With that said, there were some things I really liked. The validations on the form and the feedback are nice. A solid start to what could be a really useful app. Nice work!