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README.md

HospitAlert

HospitAlert is a responsive full-stack app that allows users to keep their family up-to-date when a loved one is hospitalized.


Getting started

Installing

>   git clone https://github.com/Ljyockey/hospitalert.git
>   cd hospitalert
>   npm install

Launching

>   npm start

Then open localhost:8080 in a browser.

Testing

>   npm test

Introduction

The main focus of HospitAlert is to keep family up-to-date when a loved one is hospitalized if they are unable to make it to the hospital themselves.

How it Works

Add an event (hospitalization)

Add an event when a loved one is hospitalized. Basic information can be added like the patient's name, their condition (reason for being in the hospital), whether or not they're conscious, and the latest update from the doctor.

Answer questions

People who are able to view the hospitalizations you've posted can ask questions that they may have for the doctor. When you have an answer, you can post it so that everyone is on the same page.

Technology

Front End

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • JavaScript
  • jQuery

Back End

  • Node.js + Express.js (web server)
  • MongoDB (database)
  • Mocha + Chai (testing)
  • Continuous integration and deployment with Travis CI

Code Attributions

API Routes

  • GET requests
    • /hospitalizations
    • /hospitalizations/:id
    • /questions
    • /questions/:_hospitalizations
  • PUT requests
    • /hospitalizations/:id
    • /questions/:id
  • POST requests
    • /hospitalizations

Responsive

  • The app is fully responsive and quickly adapts to all mobile, tablet, and desktop viewports.

Current Release: V1

V1 is a demo. V2 is live now and introduces:

  • User accounts
  • The ability to login through Facebook
  • SQL instead of MongoDB
  • React