JLL’s Client Briefcase (Angular2 & .NET Web API)

Today marks my one year anniversary at Dialexa! Coincidentally, I’m also rolling off of my third application built while at Dialexa and my third with my biggest client, JLL (Jones Lang LaSalle).

I’ve worked with an awesome team here over the last 10 months on an app called “JLL My Client Briefcase” or “Briefcase” for short. Its purpose is to allow a real estate broker to put together a list of properties and suites in office buildings or industrial buildings to then present to a client looking for rental space based on a long list of requirements and desires. In less than a year, our small team has built a beautiful app complete with an admin portal, broker portal, and separate client portal that a client can log into in order to give feedback on the properties a broker is presenting to them, and they can communicate through the app to narrow down the client’s options until they find the perfect space to rent.

I’m really proud of the work I did on this application and I wanted to share just a few screenshots of the app with you! It’s fully responsive for use on mobile, tablet and desktop, and is secure behind JLL’s single sign on system for the broker portal, and our own login system for the client portal (I wish I could share a live demo with you, but this isn’t available for public use yet).

Technologies tools, and methodologies used in the development of this application include: Agile Software Development, .NET WEB API 2, Angular 2, SASS/CSS, Typescript, HTML, Javascript, npm, git source control, Team Foundation Server (TFS), Visual Studio, VS Code, MS SQL Server, and Slack (mostly for posting funny .gifs to make our team laugh).