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Devfolio lets hackers make project submissions to describe the hacks they've built over the course of the hackathon.
- Project Name: The name of your project
- Tagline: An elevator pitch of your project
- The problem it solves: The aim and objectives of your project, and why should people use it?
- Challenges I ran into: Any obstacles you overcame while building your project
- Technologies I used: For eg. React, NodeJS, GraphQL, etc.
- Links: Relevant links such as the website where your project is hosted, GitHub Repo, Playstore link for your app, or even Figma and Google Drive links.
- Video Demo: Link to the video demoing your project (preferably YouTube)
- Pictures: Add screenshots of your project.
The first picture which you upload will be the cover image of your project.
You can submit a project as an individual or as a team in
Only team admin can submit the project on behalf of the whole team
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Only the Team Admin will be able to make the submission for the entire team.
- 1.Only teams that have been checked-in by the volunteering team will be eligible to submit their hack on Devfolio.
- 2.Only the team leader will have the option to submit the hack through the dashboard.
- 3.Checked-in Individuals will have to join teams before the submission deadline to be able to submit their hack as individual submissions are not allowed.
- 4.Hackers can submit their hack at any point before the submission deadline.
- 5.The submissions will start showing up publicly on the hackathon subdomain as and when the hackers submit.
- 6.If there are any particular API prizes, the hackers are applying for they can include the same in
technologies usedsection. Submissions based on these tags can be tracked from the submission tab. (Review the above GIF for clear understanding)