Thank you Appwrite and Hashnode for hosting this hackathon. I got to explore Appwrite for the first time although I had heard a lot about it but hadn't tried it before. This hackathon nudged me to try it and get familiar.
Project Name: WasteAware
Front-end: Next.js / Tailwind
Hosting: Netlify, wasteaware.netlify.app
Backend: AppWrite (to list food wastage test data)
I always wanted to consciously track food wastage and check where I could help from my side to reduce it. Be it extra meals, spoilt food, or just the food on my plate that I couldn't finish, I would try my best to avoid any wastage or at least keep it to the minimum.
WasteAware is a simple site that I plan to build on further but at this point, it is only listing test data on the wastage reported on a few food items. The next plan is to make it user-specific and allow them to use it for food waste tracking on a daily/weekly basis and understand how they can do their bit to reduce the wastage, if not repurpose it judiciously.
Finding the right way to pass custom headers to AppWrite Client while listing documents with API Key.
Understanding the right permissions to be added to the Aut User to do CRUD operations.
I am late for the submission but I am glad I attempted it. I would like to continue improving on this further and add more features. Feel free to reach out to collaborate on this project and share your feedback.