When we were eating in the canteen, we overheard the Aunties in the canteens complaining about the different queues that they have to manage in their stores.
As a result, one queue will always be sacrificed as it will be checked less often, resulting in a longer wait time for the students as well as more stress on the side of the vendor.
What it does
It offers a queue management platform for all f&b admins running stalls. It includes features like:
- Managing stores
- Managing dishes & Modifiers for dishes
- Managing Orders & History
- Online ordering for consumers
How we built it
It is based on React (Frontend) and Django (Backend)
Challenges we ran into
The project is front-end heavy and it was what we struggled the most with. We planned the layouts and theme before executing the development work. It was a mad rush to complete as many views as we can.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We are thrilled to have been part of such a meaningful, high-impact project with the potential to benefit the NUS community and beyond.
What we learned
We all grew as developers and got better at:
- Integration with backend
What's next for Orderonus
We plan to complete the remaining work and move past MVP to create a fully functional website for the benefit of all. Maybe a startup?
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