We recently launched PeekGeo on RapidAPI ([login to view URL]) however are interested in creating a website/portal where users use can subscribe to our API directly on our own website, rather than through RapidAPI. We also have a python package ([login to view URL]) that we would like to present on our on webapp. The main objectives include:
- Website interface/UX, similar but simpler to our competitors [login to view URL] and [login to view URL] These competitors have more services than ours - we need a very straightforward website containing product descriptions and token authentication/subscription. We can provide a template to lower cost ([login to view URL])
- Subscription and token management allow users to access (based on their plan).
- Payments management, integration with either Stripe or PayPal. The subscription structure would be the same as that listed on our RapidAPI page.
PeekGeo provides forward, reverse and batch geocoding for developers. We need a website/portal to display our API product, provide a simple dynamic demonstration, and show our documentation with coding examples. We are looking for a front-end developer to create a website for our product that resembles the appearance and professionalism of our competitors’ websites ([login to view URL] and [login to view URL]) and contains the fundamental token creation/subscription feature for our users to sign up.
We currently have a Python package on PyPI for PeekGeo. Furthermore, we also have the URLs and sample code that could be used on other programming language platforms. Our package and URLs would need to be displayed on our websites as gateways to our API product.
The token and subscription feature would need to be built atop the /subscription/ endpoint, which takes pay plan, name, and username parameters to create a user profile in our MongoDB database and returns the user’s access token expires every one week.
We are currently interested in quotes and learning how much developing such a web app would cost.