I Built A Low-Code App To Monitor Crowds During the COVID-19 Outbreakby@edoStryke
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I Built A Low-Code App To Monitor Crowds During the COVID-19 Outbreak

by Edoardo10mApril 16th, 2020
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I Built A Low-Code App To Monitor Crowds During the COVID-19 Outbreak. I Built a low-code app to monitor crowds using Stryke and Glitch. The app will create an app that displays the journeys people took over a specific period of time on a heatmap. The information is entered anonymously by users through a form (or an API call) where they just need to provide the start and destination of their journeys. A publicly accessible heatmap could guide people in choosing their routes or places to go to (example: preferring one shop to another)

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