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Hawaii VA Loans Web Application

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The company we have worked together with recently has great authority in the city and is a founder of veterans' houses. Our client had in mind to build an organization (HawaiiVALoans) that would use the site so as to help people get a loan to build or buy their own houses. Since they already had quite firm connections with their clients, it would be easier to make all that.It was decided that we should create a site where people will have the opportunity to invest their money with the purpose of helping veterans get a house.

SOLUTION:

To make this project work, G’solutions addressed its best professionals, and a team of 6 people was created: 2 backend developers, 2 frontend developers, 1 DevOps specialist, and 1 project manager.The project manager collected all the requirements and made a USM (user story map), according to which, we divided everything into different sprints: each sprint lasted 14 days. Our project was based on the Laravel PHP web framework. In addition, we used Vue.js, a front-end JavaScript framework. 

The project was divided into 2 parts. 

  • The first was for the people who invest the money. 
  • The second was for those who receive the money. 

Currently, the process of investing money is done directly on the site, that is, people can transfer a certain amount of money from their bank accounts to a specific account, entering their ID in the comment section. Our site receives the details of the mentioned bank account, after which we attach it to the user’s page so that if they make any deals with money, it becomes visually available for them on their pages.

  • Web
  • UX/UI
  • Web Design
  • B2B
  • Duration

    3880h

  • Team

    Project Manager, PHP Developers, Javascript Developers, Devops Engineer

  • Technologies

    PHP, Laravel, VueJS, Docker, Unix Systems, MYSQL, Nginx

Tag Cloud

  • Web
  • UX/UI
  • Web Design
  • B2B

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