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Vol. 8, Issue 2 (2019)

Book n Stay: A seamless booking platform experience

With the emergence of online booking platforms, which make it simple to compare costs, verify availability, and make reservations from any location, the internet has completely changed the way consumers book hotels. Because of this, hotels now need to have a strong online presence and a website that is easy to use in order to make reservations. In this study, we investigate how to create a hotel booking website using the MERN (MongoDB, Express.js, React, and Node.js) stack.
React is a JavaScript library for creating user interfaces; Express.js is a server-side web application framework; Node.js is a server-side JavaScript runtime environment and MongoDB is a NoSQL database. These four components make up the well-known MERN stack. This stack is well-known for being adaptable, scalable, and user-friendly, which makes it the perfect option for developing sophisticated web applications like websites for hotel reservations.
The hotel booking website developed using the MERN stack has various features, such as a search bar, filtering options, and payment gateway integration. Users can search for hotels by location, price range, and amenities, and can also view ratings and reviews from other users. The website is secure, with payment gateway integration ensuring that transactions are safe and reliable.
Overall, the MERN stack hotel booking website is an effective tool for facilitating hotel bookings. The website can boost hotels' online presence and increase their revenue because it is user-friendly, effective, and secure. Enhancing the website's features and extending its application to other industries can be the main goals of future research.
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The Pharma Innovation Journal
How to cite this article:
Sivaraman. Book n Stay: A seamless booking platform experience. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(2):762-766. DOI: 10.22271/tpi.2019.v8.i2m.25422

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