In 2014, I helped Open mHealth update and relaunch their website. It was a basic WordPress site with some backbone.js rolled in. We added a section for their JSON schemas, which allow developers to access health data from numerous devices with greater ease. I developed some updates in the WordPress backend that made it easier to update and clasify their schemas.
Then from 2015 to 2016, I helped Open mHealth overhaul the website, maintain a care-management app, and develop a web visualization library. The site and the app used Angular.js. The site was based around roots bedrock for WordPress, with a Capistrano deploy system. You can find the library at https://github.com/openmhealth/web-visualizations