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24th
Dec 2018
prog omar ahmed
@omarKady
Dec 24 2018 07:08
@ptrojanowski_gitlab hii
@theslimack_twitter ok .. that means i need to run migrate command after db modification ... thank you
Divyansh Srivastava
@divycentric_gitlab
Dec 24 2018 07:56

ey There, I am building a saas platform for my healthcare startup. But I am stuck at a critical decision.

Should I keep all the modules separate .... like the backend microservices in Nodejs, Frontend in React and then ML Models in python exposed via Flask Rest API...

OR

Should I build everything in only one language like Python/Django?

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slimack
@theslimack_twitter
Dec 24 2018 14:44
@omarKady Yes. First makemigrations and if everything is fine then migrate
fsecada01
@fsecada01
Dec 24 2018 14:59

If you build with JS-based micro-services, you'll still be dealing with a homogenized code-base, which would make vectors for attacks fairly more accessible and global than if you were to split across multiple languages. Given that you're building a healthcare SaaS startup, this may present some important considerations to undertake. I'm not sure of the national origin for your SaaS platform, but in the US we have to contend with restrictions with PHI and HIPAA.

Using Python/Django would likely give you better security features as they are baked-in, and splitting code between JS and Python would fragment attack vectors.

ey There, I am building a saas platform for my healthcare startup. But I am stuck at a critical decision.

Should I keep all the modules separate .... like the backend microservices in Nodejs, Frontend in React and then ML Models in python exposed via Flask Rest API...

OR

Should I build everything in only one language like Python/Django?

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prog omar ahmed
@omarKady
Dec 24 2018 18:45
@theslimack_twitter ok i understood .. thank you