Simplified CSU-Clinic's IMS
Note: This project is a school requirement and is intended for showcasing purposes only. It is not a complete and fully functional system for production use.
- PNPM - Package Manager
- ReactJS Typescript - Frontend
- Supabase - Backend As A Service
- PostgreSQL - SQL Database
The schema and data types presented here are tailored for educational purposes and may not reflect real-world accuracy. As such, it is important to customize and adapt the schema based on specific project requirements and data needs.
- Node.js and pnpm installed on your machine
- A code editor of your choice
- Familiarity with terminal or command prompt
- Clone the repository to your local machine.
git clone https://github.com/your-username/straightforward-med-ims.git
- Navigate to the directory
- Install PNPM Packages
Create a Supabase account and set up a new project.
Obtain your Supabase API URL and Service Key and update the .env file in the project root with the following information:
- Run the application.
pnpm run dev
The CSU Clinic's Inventory Management System provides the following functionalities:
Dashboard Overview: Upon logging in, you will see an overview of the system, displaying the count of new medicines, upcoming medicines, expired medicines, and the total number of medicines.
Inventory Menu: This section allows you to manage the medicine inventory and perform various actions.
Create a Cabinet: This feature allows you to add and manage medicine cabinets, which contain drawers for organizing medicines.
Manage Medicine Inventory: In this section, you can add new medicines to the inventory by providing details such as medicine name, stock, quantity, expiration date, and more. You can also choose a cabinet and a drawer to store the medicine. The system will keep track of the medicine stock levels and notify you about low stock.
View Medicines: The table displays the details of added medicines, allowing you to view, edit, and delete medicine records.
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