Veteran Community Resources

Industry
SaaS

Business Type
Startup

Service
Web App Development

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Project Profile

A passionate U.S. Marine Corps veteran aiming to create a valuable application for the veteran community in Indiana, USA, hired us as his development partner. This worthy vision helped us to develop a user-friendly platform called “Veteran Community Resources” that connects U.S. Army veterans with service providers offering discounted services. The platform enables veterans to quickly locate and contact providers specializing in various fields such as education, healthcare, finance, cybersecurity, banking, home loans, and other services. We were thrilled to get this fantastic opportunity to deliver something valuable and showcase our unwavering commitment to them.

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Project
Challenges

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Mapping the Way

ne significant hurdle was designing an ideal map for the state of Indiana. This map wouldn't just showcase the various counties of Indiana; it would also serve as a valuable data tool for admins. Different color codes would reveal which counties saw the most searches, helping tailor support to veterans' needs.


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Lean and Mean Code

ne significant hurdle was designing an ideal map for the state of Indiana. This map wouldn't just showcase the various counties of Indiana; it would also serve as a valuable data tool for admins. Different color codes would reveal which counties saw the most searches, helping tailor support to veterans' needs.


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Standing Out from the Crowd

ne significant hurdle was designing an ideal map for the state of Indiana. This map wouldn't just showcase the various counties of Indiana; it would also serve as a valuable data tool for admins. Different color codes would reveal which counties saw the most searches, helping tailor support to veterans' needs.


Our
Solution

To address the challenges, Logic Square Technologies employed a robust tech stack. The front end was built using React.js, providing a sleek and intuitive user interface. For the backend, Node.js was chosen for its scalability and efficiency. Rest API facilitated seamless communication between the client and server.

The team opted for JavaScript as the programming language, ensuring compatibility and ease of development. AWS S3 Bucket served as the cloud service, offering reliable storage. MongoDB, a NoSQL database, was chosen for its flexibility in handling diverse data types. Notably, the absence of a payment processor was a strategic decision to keep the platform focused on providing information and veteran support rather than facilitating transactions.

Tech Stack Used

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Frontend:
React.js
Backend:
Node.js
Server Communication:
Rest Api
Programming Language:
Javascript
Cloud Service:
AWS S3 Bucket
Database:
MongoDB

Features &
Functionalities

Intuitive Dashboard

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Smart Filtering

Notifications and Alerts

Team Management

Veteran Resource
Provider List

Project
Outcome

The creation of “Veteran Community Resources” was a success. Veterans now have a user-friendly tool to connect with service providers, and administrators can access valuable data for strategic decision-making. Logic Square Technologies successfully navigated the challenges, delivering a unique and impactful solution that resonates with the veteran community in Indiana, USA.

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