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I currently have a website in React. The website is mostly to display users biometrics such as co2 levels, heart rate, hrv, spO2 etc. I need to integrate with the freestyle libre3 api and also the polar api. I need an interface for the end user to enter their details for both api. Their api details will be stored in postgres but the actual data from the api will be in influxdb which is a time-based db. Right now data is based on sessions. So with our app that measures co2 levels it creates a session which a start and end time. The data from freestyle libre3 has data 24/7 with glucose levels every minute or two. So the data from the api that we save has to match the time of currently stored sessions. In other words the data we save to that session will be only the data that were during t...