This is a demo of a customer-facing user portal, with which an existing customer would be able to view order history, cancel orders, and update account information.
Last updated on March 25, 2021
This application serves as a simple example of how Profound.js can be used
to build a customer-facing web portal.
In this example, users can view their personal order history and subscriptions,
provided by an SQL database, alter existing subscriptions, add new subscriptions,
and cancel or return recent orders.
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Instructions on how to reset the database are located in "DatabaseSetup.txt".
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