Fullstack Student Final Projects

Capstone projects represent the culmination of a Fullstack student's hard work throughout the immersive program. These final projects are completed over the last 3 weeks on campus and integrate all of the technologies learned over the previous months (and often new ones).

Students work in teams of three to four people to develop impressive web/mobile applications, which serve as a centerpiece of a graduate's coding portfolio. They are presented to companies at Hiring Day during the final week on campus. Check out a selection of recent capstone project videos below.

Node Lego

Node Lego is a tool that allows software developers and computer science students to visualize data structures including binary search trees, linked lists, stacks, and queues. Users can build and edit these structures by adding or removing nodes, and may signup, login and save their structures to access them at a later time.

  • Technologies:
    HTML5/CSS3, React, Redux
  • Group:
    Our team members include: Carol Dysart, Grace Gately, Julia Morley, and Karina Yang
  • Cohort:
    September 2017
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SimpleQL

SimpleQL is a web based application that allows users to define the database schema, upload and access the data in their databases and interact with their database.

  • Technologies:
    HTML5/CSS3, React, Redux
  • Group:
    Vinaya M S, Monica Choe, Kelaiya Parikh, Brenda Sukh
  • Cohort:
    August 2017
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Tiny Kitchen

Tiny Kitchen is a personal recipe organizer and cooking accessibility website featuring Mochi, an AI cooking assistant that reads recipe steps, sets timers, and performs unit conversions based on voice commands.

  • Technologies:
    HTML5/CSS3, Third Party API, Web Scraping, React, Redux
  • Group:
    Sarah Charles, Kait Moreno, Jessica Blake, Danni Liu
  • Cohort:
    August 2017
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Exquisite Corpse (Winner, Facebook Live Award)

Exquisite Corpse is a photo-sharing mobile app based off the Surrealist game of the same name. Built with React Native, participants receive only the edge of a photo to match a new photo up against. Once the 'corpse' is complete, all the photos are merged together and revealed.

  • Technologies:
    React Native, React, Redux
  • Group:
    Lina Jones, Kevin Genus, Fara Woolf, Shayne Mihalka
  • Cohort:
    August 2017
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SmartDocs

SmartDocs is an intelligent JavaScript-based note-taking app that finds relevant research as you write.

  • Technologies:
    HTML5/CSS3, Third Party API, Real-time / Web Sockets, React, Redux
  • Group:
    Bryan Kao, Will McCracken, Rob Tong, Jacob Regan
  • Cohort:
    July 2017
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