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Jetify 🎡 ✈︎

Do you ever wish you knew what events were going on in your location, or what events were going on in a location you were travelling to? Jetify is an app that allows you to see events happening in your area or the area of your choice and creates a playlist based on those events. Checkout future events happening in your area or find out what concerts are going on, on your next vacation.

Here is a demo for Jetify: https://jetify.herokuapp.com/

Stack

  • React 16.8.6
  • React Router Dom 5.0.1
  • Rails 2.6.2
  • Bootstrap 4.3.1
  • SASS 4.12.0

Setup

  1. cd into client folder and run npm install
  2. Run bundle install in the root folder
  3. Run rake:db setup then rake:db migrate to initialize the database
  4. Run bin/rails s to start the rails back-end server
  5. In a new terminal window, run npm start to start the react front-end server
  6. Visit http://localhost:3000 to view the app (Make sure you include all the API keys in order to run the app)

API Authorization

  1. Spotify: https://developer.spotify.com/

    • Login & Create an app
    • Enter http://localhost:3000/api/logging-in
    • Save your changes
    • Copy down the client ID, and client secret
    • Create a .env file inside the client folder and save as REACT_APP_SPOTIFY_CLIENT_IDand REACT_APP_SPOTIFY_CLIENT_SECRET
  2. Google: https://console.developers.google.com/

    • Login & Create a new project
    • Set restrictions to none
    • Initialize API services for Maps Javascript API, Places API, Geocoding API and Maps Embed API
    • Add the API key to the .env as REACT_APP_GOOGLE_API_KEY
  3. TicketMaster: https://developer.ticketmaster.com/

    • Register for API key
    • Create another .env file in the root folder
    • Add the API key to the .env as TICKETMASTER_KEY
  4. Pexels: https://www.pexels.com/api

    • Request access and login
    • Get an API key
    • Add to .env file in the client folder as REACT_APP_PEXELS_API_KEY

Usage examples

Users can log in through Spotify's third party authorization to the app:

"Login Page"

A list of local events happening in users' location and playlist will get generated upon successful login:

"Main Page1"

Users can search for events happening in particular location and timeframe, then save them for future reference as well:

"Main Page2"

Users can view, play, share or delete the saved playlists:

"Main Page3"

Click the logout button to logout from the app:

"History Page"

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