- Veronica Hilton
- Emily Lau
- Mustafa Y Alici
- amurphy181 Murphy
- Greg Janik
- Xian Zheng
- Nigel Casantini
- Samantha Janik
As the COVID-19 Pandemic worsens in the United States, hospitals are running low on PPE, masks, and ventilators. We wanted to help aggregate the inventory from hospitals and identify their current needs, since there is currently no platform for sharing that information in total.
What it does
An app that allows hospitals to input their inventory information, so that we can keep track of their supply levels.
How I built it
We used Java on the backend with Spring boot and JPA Repository to create the endpoints, and MySQL to create the database to store our data. We created the front end project on Angular 8.
Challenges I ran into
We merged teams on the first day, and what was supposed to be a mutually beneficial effort, turned into more work on our end.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
Creating something that will help our healthcare workers as they work the front lines of this Pandemic
What I learned
What's next for MediShare
Creating a fully functioning Application
Try It out
angular.js, bootstrap, java, spring, typescript