by Rohit R Chattopadhyay
This week we received our machine to host the application. The server is located at University of California, San Diego. It is powered by a Intel Xeon E5-2687W, having 16GB of RAM.
The basic requirements to run the application were setup. Our initial focus was to start the GraphQL API and we have successfully deployed it at reach-api.nrnb-docker.ucsd.edu.
We tested the GatsbyJS Build process with the complete database, and GatsbyJS did not let us down. The complete build time was around three hours, and we have successfully deployed the prototype at reach.nrnb-docker.ucsd.edu.
Web Application Development
Basic work on improving the user interface was done. Also, Docker image was built for the frontend of the application.
GraphQL API Development
Queries were refined and optimized to reduce request time and thus improve user experience. Filters were added to the queries.
List of Commits
Overall this has been quite a successful week. We were able to test GatsbyJS over complete dataset which is a positive sign that we are on the right track.
Next week, we have our first GSoC evaluation, and I hope I have performed up to the mark the program demands.
tags: gsoc - weekly report - coding period
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