analytics

Engineering

Digital prescriptions in the time of COVID-19: A case study

Along with our marquee cult.fit brand, care.fit has long been an integral part of our long-term vision. A strong focus on clinic design ensuring zero wait time and stellar customer experience lead to care.fit’s consistent high ratings in offline experiences before COVID-19 hit.
Behind the Scenes

Creating @cure.fit: Things We've Learnt

For a lot of our readers, cure.fit might look like it is all about the products and the technology that goes behind it, however, great design and creativity is at the heart of everything that we do.
Engineering

cure.fit’s Android App Sheds the Unhealthy Weight

Primarily a health & fitness app, cure.fit features multiple products/services in a single app i.e. cult.fit, eat.fit, mind.fit, care.fit, and live.Fit.
Engineering

cure.fit’s Analytics Stack

How many Cult members have tried eat.fit?What’s the cross-sell between cult.fit and care.fit?What is the average number of meals consumed per customer per month?Who are the promoters and detractors of cure.fit?
Engineering

Machine learning at cure.fit

So you finally beat laziness and decide to book a cult/mind class, perhaps your very first one, but, you see that the class is full. What a bummer, right? Well, in reality, eventually the class is not full. How you ask?
Engineering

Open sourcing react-crux: A frontend toolkit for backend developers

Just a few months ago, we open-sourced a frontend framework, react-crux. With the help of this framework any developer can write a simple frontend for manipulating entities in the system without having to write significant HTML code.
Engineering

Engineering a New Normal @cure.fit

As a lot of you might know, life at a start-up is very different. Each day begins and ends with a new challenge and a new learning. Speaking particularly of the past six months, my experience as an engineer @cure.fit has been a roller coaster ride.
Engineering

Revamping the Cure.fit cloud — A Kubernetes story

Like most startups we began small with smaller teams, a smaller scale and a host of typical engineering problems.We started off with small agile teams — each setting up their own infrastructure for their applications for the quickest turnaround. Each team in turn also had their own different ways of building and deployment.