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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Competence Requirements: - 4+ years of professional Xamarin development experience – Xamarin - IOS/ Android, Xamarin Forms - 4+ years of relevant .Net software development (Full – Stack) - Proven experience implementing N-Tier software solutions - Ability to adhere to existing process guidelines and develop software components - Proficient in C#, Visual Studio, .Net 4.0 and above, MVC, PHP, MS-SQL, MySQL Server (2014 and above) TFS, HTML5, JavaScript, JQuery, AJAX, CSS3, REST Webservices, ASP.Net, Other Requirements: - You are based in Europe. - You will get a NDA notarized by a notary in the correct way, if not able to meet us in person before sharing project details
Skills: Android App Development iOS Development Objective-C
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $750 - Posted
Need assistance setting up "external provider" settings and the respective webservice and/or login page that will allow our users to login to our main website which will automatically sign them into the help desk, etc alleviating any need to have two sets of logins.
Skills: SQL
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
mt=8&app=itunes Technical skills: - Android/iOS - Java - Objective-c/Swift - SqLite - json/XML - WebServices - Git - Voice recording - Audio player - Video player - Push Notification - Responsive design - Download Manager - Native Ads - In-app-Purchase - JustInMind Prototype (additional) - Photoshop(additional) Language Skill - English Comments: - We are looking for honest and dedicated developer/team to work with us
Skills: Android Android App Development iOS Development iPad App Development iPhone App Development Mobile App Development Objective-C Swift
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We need a Webservice with a restful API which allows to be able to recognice "nipples" in images. The webservice should allow to send in an image (jpg, png) and be able to find if there are "nipples" in the image. ... The webservice should allow to send in an image (jpg, png) and be able to find if there are "nipples" in the image.
Skills: API Development PHP Python
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,500 - Posted
Looking for an experienced app developer with Webservices API call experience exchanging data elements images, data with our host. ... Cn hit the ground running and take over for a coder who started the project but is unable to deliver webservices interaction. This is a time sensitive project and needs to be completed by Oct. 3 There will be an ongoing 2-3 month service contract in addition to the initial development.
Skills: iOS Development iPhone App Development Mobile App Development
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $4,000 - Posted
Login by asking user name and password then send to LDAPS via webservices call for authentication. c. Allow customer to capture their photo. d. ... Enrol the customer to the back-end database by calling the enrolment webservice. Due to security of this project, details can only be given to the winning bidder.
Skills: Android App Development iOS Development iPhone App Development Mobile App Development
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Regardless which method user chooses the app should make a request to a webservice (you can mock this for now), it will be a GET request with the UPC and username values provided. 2a) If app user chooses to manually input the UPC code then user needs to hit the lookup button to send the request to the webservice, and the UPC field needs to be non empty in order to trigger the webservice request. 2b) If app user chooses to scan the barcode and after the code is read the webservice request should be made with the username and the UPC code from the scanner barcode. 3 - Third screen) After the app user has made the call to the webservice, this screen will display the result text from the webservice. 3a) User will have the ability to navigate back to the screen 2 and create another request with another UPC code manually inputted or scanner from barcode, and be able to repeat the cycle n times. ... Regardless which method user chooses the app should make a request to a webservice (you can mock this for now), it will be a GET request with the UPC and username values provided. 2a) If app user chooses to manually input the UPC code then user needs to hit the lookup button to send the request to the webservice, and the UPC field needs to be non empty in order to trigger the webservice request. 2b) If app user chooses to scan the barcode and after the code is read the webservice request should be made with the username and the UPC code from the scanner barcode. 3 - Third screen) After the app user has made the call to the webservice, this screen will display the result text from the webservice. 3a) User will have the ability to navigate back to the screen 2 and create another request with another UPC code manually inputted or scanner from barcode, and be able to repeat the cycle n times. ... Regardless which method user chooses the app should make a request to a webservice (you can mock this for now), it will be a GET request with the UPC and username values provided. 2a) If app user chooses to manually input the UPC code then user needs to hit the lookup button to send the request to the webservice, and the UPC field needs to be non empty in order to trigger the webservice request. 2b) If app user chooses to scan the barcode and after the code is read the webservice request should be made with the username and the UPC code from the scanner barcode. 3 - Third screen) After the app user has made the call to the webservice, this screen will display the result text from the webservice. 3a) User will have the ability to navigate back to the screen 2 and create another request with another UPC code manually inputted or scanner from barcode, and be able to repeat the cycle n times.
Skills: iOS Development iPhone App Development Mobile App Development Objective-C