Full Stack Product Development for a leading Meal Plan company
The customer wanted to build a suite of products that would help them manage their business processes efficiently. This included a portal that would be used by the administrative team to manage customers, meal plan subscriptions, grievances and reporting. A kitchen portal to help chefs prepare meals as per each customer's specification and taste. A logistics app used to monitor the delivery of the meal. A customer facing mobile and web application that allows managing subscriptions, meals plans, and payments.
Customers could sign up for a custom meal plan where they could specify how they wanted each recipe to be prepared. They could swap out ingredients or replace them.
Customers could pause meal plans which would adjust their billing cycle.
Administrators should be able to generate dynamic reports that would outline business performance.
The customer could interact with a bot for grievance redressal. The bot would allow manual intervention by an agent if required.
Wednesday setup a team of engineers and designers to work with the customer to build the suite of products. An agile approach was followed during the course of the project.
Design was done in an iterative manner where we sought early feedback. Multiple revisions were done to finalise the design for each application.
AWS Appsync: An AWS managed service was used to build a GraphQL compliant API. This allowed the frontend to query only what it needed and created a spec that allowed the frontend to work parallelly with the backend.
A CI pipeline was setup using Github actions and AWS amplify was used for continuous deployment.
React and React Native were used to build the web portals and mobile applications.
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