Next.Js Example

web-based replacement for the official app of the Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt built with React and Next.js

March 7th, 2023

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An open source, web-based replacement for the official app of the Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt built with React and Next.js. It includes a reverse engineered documentation for the REST backend used by the official app.

README.md:

App

The app aims at implementing all important features of the official app as free and open source software with a modern UI. It connects to the official backend via a WebSocket-to-TCP proxy. The HTTPS stack is implemented in JavaScript and runs in the browser, so that the proxy never comes in contact with unencrypted user data.

You can find more information on this in this document.

API Documentation

Currently the documentation consists of a list of valid requests and examples of their responses. You can view the full list here. This documentation was created manually by using the official app and logging requests with mitmproxy. The app also includes a debugging tool which handles session generation and API communication.

Attribution

Even though some developers of this project are part of the StudVer (student council) of the THI, this project is not part of, developed for or supported by the StudVer or the THI.

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