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    Help needed! Proof of concept Drink cooler/ heater

    Hi guys. Iím a student entrepreneurship. I have an idea I need to work out, but Iím not sure how to build this.

    My idea is this: I really dislike cold coffee, when I need to go somewhere and go back to my workspace my coffee is cold. I thought up a small tablet type device which can read and show the temperature of any beverages and heat/ cool it if needed. You want your cold drinks stay cold and your hot drinks stay hot. Makes sense right

    The tablet device is build out of several sensors and heating/ cooling sources, through the LCD screen it can show the temperature and enter your desired temperature for your drink. Now it may sound really futuristic and maybe not doable in real life. I only need to simulate my idea, a proof of concept, I donít need to build this in full hardware. No worries about power supplies, any hazards or other stuff
    I have made a simple sketch of my idea, hopefully it clears up my idea.

    My reason to post this on a JS forum is because JA has this feature called draggable. So I thought JS would be a good and convenient way to build this, since I want to simulate the way of heating/ cooling process.

    Anyone who can help me? And if anyone have any criticisms or suggestions to make my idea better, please don't hesitate to tell me.

    If there are grammar/ spelling mistakes in this post, I really apologize. English is not my mother language.

    Help needed! Proof of concept Drink cooler/ heater-fh204-heat-cool-drinks-idea.jpg

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    I think this thread is better anywhere else than the JS forum. First, native JavaScript doesn’t have any method called “draggable”, it’s only implementations in JS frameworks like jQuery that such a function exists. Besides that, HTML 5 itself has a native drag and drop API (even though it’s not really ready for production yet).

    Now, if you were to just discuss the proof of concept here I would say the thread would be a case for the General Web Building section but since it looks like you want this built but aren’t able to do it yourself I’m moving this to the Web Projects and Services Marketplace section where you can hire people to do this for you.

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    All right, thanks for the additional information.

    Anyone who has time and want to help me further?


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