Two passionate full-stack developers and a passionate marketing professional.
Got some spare time and don't know what to do? Or maybe you're just bored. This website will help you decide what to do with your free time. No matter if you're alone or with your friends, you'll always have some tip on how to have fun!
What Should I Do?
The idea is pretty simple: based on a given location, we give you activity suggestions, for those who don't know what to do with their spare time - very useful for indecisive people. Also, you can provide some filters - like wheter you prefer something at home or going out - and the suggestion will be based on those. After receiving a suggestion, we have an integration with HERE Maps, which searches for places nearby the given location that are related to the suggestion. Then, it shows to the user a list of those places, which he can click to view more information. And it is translated to English, Portuguese and Spanish.
Just navigate in the published website! No instructions required :)
Angular 7, Angular Material, Google Fonts, HERE Maps API, Inkscape, Github
Great Work!! Thumbs Up
I enjoyed it!
I like the idea of the app!
Although I selected doing something in the morning and it suggested I go to a nightclub, so it seems as though the "filters" are not really tuned :)
Looks good guys, Great one,
Just a doubt, how do you fetch the locations? Google map?
That's very interesting. It would be more interesting if that could become a product.
Very nice work. The UI looks super clean and is delightful to use (excellent use of Material). I can see this being extremely useful for making those crucial decisions that lock us up in fear...like "where should we go to lunch today". :) If you add in the ability to choose to select the activity type, like let me select "Go to a coffee shop" in addition to it randomly selecting like it does now, the app would have all I need! Great job on this! I'm off to try a new local coffee shop in my area thanks to it. ;)
Excellent work. Very practical. I wish I had this when I moved to Portland!