Your hot new rideshare startup, Noober, is about to launch its MVP. Your back-end engineering team has completed work on the API that provides data about rides, and you'd like to test it out by consuming it and producing a human-readable output.
Begin by heading over to the starter project – select "Use this template", then create a repository in your own GitHub account called hw3. Clone this project and open it in VSCode.
With Noober, riders must specify the following data/criteria for their requested ride:
There is code already provided that properly runs when the page is loaded or refreshed. This code does the work of reaching out to the rides API and obtaining a random ride – you should not modify this existing code; rather, begin the implmentation of the following requirements starting on line 15 of the code:
All your work should take place in noober.js; i.e. that should be the only file that's modified from the original project template. Your finished product should live in your GitHub account at https://github.com/<your GitHub username>/hw3, and this URL should be submitted as the "website URL" for this assignment in Canvas.