In 2017 I started work on the website of International Conference of Tissue-Engineered Heart Valves. It is a website for a medical conference. I was the sole full stack developer and was responsible for every aspect of the website: Front-end and backend and dev-ops. The site went live in October.
The front-end is a heavily modified template. It has of customized Javacript functionality and uses Jquery and scroll reveal. The main functionality of the website is submitting abstracts of papers and registering for the event.
Data from the forms is both verified client-side and server-side, once the data is verified it gets uploaded to the server asynchronously, which results in fluid form interaction. Data is encrypted and stored in a MySQL database. The backend was build with PHP, something I wish to avoid in the future.
Users have to pay for their tickets obviously. This is done by using a third-party API from Mollie which allows quick and simple integration of credit card and iDeal payments.