How developing a top-notch front end for a learning management app and broadening its administrative functionality allowed a local e-learning platform to get support and funds for further evolution from the Royal Bank of Canada.
The challenge that the customer set up for *instinctools team was directly connected with their product – a special application.
This application is an innovating learning management system that is responsible for tracking the learning for two major verticals:
*instinctools team was to build a frontend interface using existing client’s APIs. It had to meet the following conditions:
The micro-app was meant to be used by the customer’s internal Customer Success team. The client was looking for *instinctools team both to design and develop this micro-app.
The project was implemented based on React and Redux.
Frontend developers took part in the project on behalf of *instinctools team. To succeed in the process we communicated directly with client’s backend team. The teams kept in touch daily, discussing all the questions quickly and effectively. Having productive communication our developers successfully implemented the frontend part of the app based on the existing client’s API.