2,354 registrations from 543 different institutions across 59 countriesmakes Codefest the second largest online event in terms of participation ever hosted by a college of Indian Subcontinent.Duration: 3 months
RAD received 169 team registrations comprising of 248 participants.
TCS Ribbit team provided support to Codefest participants.
RAD Applications and Winners
RAD Top 3 Winners vBlog - VoiceBlog application suite Team: Teenovators Developers Karan Jain, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ajay Kumar Gautam , Email: email@example.com BrainyBot - Voice and SMS notifications for special day Team: developerX Developers Himanshu Singh, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Shivasheesh, Email: email@example.com Globe Trotter- Location aware notifications Team: softwizards Developers: Neelotpal Saha , Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Akash Nawani , Email: email@example.com
vBlog is a Voice 2.0 Application which lays down an analogy between the standard Blogger application with additional voice feature support such as dictating your blog contents, managing Voicemails & SMS, posting comments & hearing blog entries via Phone/SMS and many more. Ribbit API used
LIMS – Library Management System DESCRIPTION: Inform the current holders of book about due date via SMS,whenever another user makes reservation on the book. RIBBIT FEATURES: Sending sms through RIBBITmessage service.
BlindCall BlindCall is a fun application which takes social networking to the next level. It lets you talk to a random person of opposite sex, using the Ribbit API! Talk for fun or build a relationship... Now its up to you to woo him/her ;) Focused on Ribbit technologies rather than third-party APIs, it uses the following features- *Calling*Short Messaging Service*Voice mailboxFeatures to be implemented depending on the feedback, user base and reviews-*Call recording*Rate your BlindCall (via DTMF)*Conversation log (Ribbit voice to text service)*Push logs to other social networking sites like FB, Orkut, Twitter etc..*More features depending on how crazy we can get with this :)(Developed by DV and Pushkal, as an entry for Codefest IT-BHU)