Based on the data of the National Health Fund, we have developed an application that allows you to intuitively search for the nearest available dates of treatment in public health care.
With the advent of the coronavirus, queues to see doctors have become an even greater problem for all Poles. We decided to improve the process of finding free dates and making appointments with doctors.
As for any application addressed to a large number of recipients, the biggest challenge was the infrastructure. We focused on serverless and microservices, which provided virtually unlimited scalability. Another challenge was to create a code base that would allow us to quickly implement dedicated mobile applications. That is why our team chose React and the Material-ui framework for this project.
The application has been divided into several microservices and works on the basis of a number of serverless offered by AWS. Thanks to this approach, the entire platform can handle an unlimited number of users and queries at the same time, and the infrastructure is very stable and secure.
The front-end as a microservice has been written as SPA based on React, Redux and Material UI, which not only increases the performance and stability of the interface but also will allow us to quickly implement dedicated applications for iOS and Android in the future.
S3, CloudFront, Lambda@Edge, Lambda, RDS, EC2 i Route 53.
React/Redux, Material UI, Python (Django), PostgreSQL and HTML5/CSS3.