Code Igniter simple issue tracking webapp

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Web, Mobile & Software Dev Web Development Posted 3 years ago


Less than 30 hrs/week
Less than 1 month

Start Date

February 7, 2013


I'm looking for a Code Igniter developer to build a simple issue tracking webapp which works like this (specific functional requirements will be provided once accepted):

-A client creates an issue and uploads files related to this issue.
-The engineer updates the progress of the issue, which the client can view
-The engineer uploads a file with the issue resolution. the client downloads this file and can approve or not. If approved close the issue.
-Email notifications are sent to the different users as issues are created, updated, closed, etc.
-Basic user login, user management for the admin (like change password, CRUD users, CRUD issues, etc).
-Theme with HTML+CSS will be provided.

Other technical aspects:

-User passwords must be stored with encryption and salt.
-Clear code, with good commenting.
-Must provide instructions for deployment to live server.
-Regarding forms: server side validation, proper error messages.
-Provide file upload progress if possible on the browser.
-Test in IE9, FF latest and Chrome latest.
-You can use existing plugins or code for user management, form validation and DB queries.

Management aspects:

-3 week time frame, I estimate the total hours to around 30-40.
-There will be a Skype interview.
-We'll use Github for task management. The daily progress has to be pushed to Github.
-Online hours only
-Looking for long term cooperation in future projects

-I'll be available on Skype when possible, might take up to 24 hours to respond emails.

NO AGENCIES ALLOWED ON THIS JOB, only independent/freelancer developers.

Skills: apache

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