mrthn

mrthn is a web service whose purpose is to make integration with multiple fitness apps effortless for developers.  Instead of choosing to individually integrate with one or many fitness apps, developers can instead integrate with ​mrthn, which allows their users to sign up with compatible fitness apps.  mrthn takes care of signing up and authenticating the users for the developers, and our easy to use APIs allows app creators to query their users fitness data.  A demo app, ​Lazy Olympics, has been developed to showcase an interesting way of using the data provided by the ​mrthn service

Key Technologies:

 mrthn is a REST API developed using Golang and PostgreSQL, hosted online using the PaaS Heroku. 

Lazy Olympics was developed using Dart and Flutter, and is available for Android. 

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