Hack and Slash GraphQL

live
1301 Registered Allowed team size: 1 - 3

The idea submission phase is over and participation is closed.

Ideation Phase
Online
starts on:
Aug 28, 2020, 11:00 PM
ends on:
Oct 18, 2020, 10:55 PM
Prototype Phase
Online
starts on:
Oct 19, 2020, 11:00 PM
ends on:
Nov 01, 2020, 10:55 PM

FAQs


  1. Do I need to pay any money to register for the Hackathon? No. You do not have to pay anything to register yourself for any Hackathon on HackerEarth.

  2. Do I need to have any specific qualifications to be a participant for the Hackathon? If you love to code, you are more than welcome to participate in the Hackathon.

  3. How do I submit what I have made for the Hackathon? You can develop your app locally using Slash GraphQL as the datastore. The submission needs to be in the form of a git repository with a detailed README including the screenshots of the app and the setup instructions. The git URL needs to be shared on HackerEarth page.

  4. How is the environment? Will your environment support any language? Will you provide any IDE and DB for us to work on ideas? You can develop your app locally using any language. The database needs to be the one provided by Slash GraphQL where you can signup for free credits.

  5. Does one have to be online and available for the entire duration of the Hackathon? No, one does not need to be logged in on HackerEarth or be online for the entire duration. You can develop the application on your local system based on the given themes and then submit a git URL containing the project on the specific HackerEarth challenge page.

  6. Since there is no specific technology mentioned, are there any restrictions on using a number of pre-built libraries? There is no restriction to use any language, technology stack, or libraries. You can use any of them to create a web/mobile application. Our only requirement is you use Slash GraphQL as backend.

  7. Do I need to give a demo for the product that I have built? If you want you can submit a small presentation or video that demos your submission, however, it's not mandatory, and only good to have. In case you are one of the finalists, you might be invited to demo your application at an online event, details of which will be shared with sufficient advance notice.

  8. Who will own the IP (Intellectual Property) Rights to the product that I have built? IP rights would be owned by you. All submissions must be released under an open-source license, APL 2.0 (the same license as Dgraph itself). Dgraph Labs, Inc. reserve the right to showcase your app in the category of sample apps built using Slash GraphQL.

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