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README.md

Project 3 - Team Razz Jazz

Online Travel Concierge

User Story

  1. Traveller can login or enter site as a guest, then choose a vacation city by clicking on picture displayed on the OTC landing page or selecting from list of locations also displayed there.
  2. Once the traveller clicks on a desired location, a view will be rendered, displaying a map (which will be an API call to Google Maps). The user can choose a more specific location on the map and view related data.
  3. The traveller can click on the map and dynamically view all available amenities, restaurants, etc., in area of that vacation spot.
  4. The traveller can click a button to indicate that vacation spot as as favorite. This information will be included in a Vacation Faves table. The traveller can add or delete vacation spots to this table and populate a Fave Notes field.

WireFrame

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Code Snippet - (Part of code used to connect with Google Map)

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Landing Page

Login screen, skip or enter as Guest option

Other Views

Search Page

(Contains pics and links to cities; Traveller can select to search for vacations in that area.)

Main page

(Displays two column view with links on left and map on right. User can click on either for more specific data.)

Selection Render Page

(this page is optional - if we use it, it will render the data the user selected to view from the Main page. The alternative is additional information obtained dynamically from Google Maps.)

Favorites View

(Displays list of travellers' favorite locations. May also contain notes entered by travellers.)

Database Tables Picture

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DB Schema Plan

Vacation Table:

Location
Description
Map Coordinates
Image_url

User Information Table:

User_ID
Name
Email
Hash Password

Vacation Favorites Table:

User_ID
Vacation_ID
Fave_Notes

MVP

Navigation Bar, Basic CSS
CRUD Functionality (Create, Read, Update, Delete) in Favorites List
Successful Google API
User Authorization using JSon Web Token, rendering Login and Register Forms
Static Nearby Locations List on Map

POST MVP

Dynamic Location List based on selection
All Favorite Reviews viewable by all users
Images of location displaying in each vacation component
Successful Login/Registration Redirection
More CSS Styling

Technologies Used

Express - Server
React JS - Front-end application Rendering
Node -Server support

Dependencies:

Concurrently
Nodemon
Body-Parser
Morgan
PG-Promise
PSQL -Database
Method-Override
Google-Maps React module
HTML -DOM
CSS -Styling
MVC Pattern - the Models, Views, Controllers
Google Maps API

Installation Instructions

  1. In the directory that will house the server RUN create-react-app + "name of application"
  2. Run NPM Install in both the server and client directories
  3. Setup Database: Create Seed File and use psql -f db/schema.sql at command line to access and write sql statements to view database
  4. Open sublime or text editor that is installed on your computer
  5. For Server side: Create models, controllers, routes beginning with server.js where you will place you middleware
  6. Client side: In client folder, in the SRC folder, create your components to render - you may create a subfolder called Components to store these files
  7. With each step, at the terminal, start your server to test for errors by entering "npm run dev". If you have the "concurrently" dependency installed, both express and react will start concurrently.