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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I would like some help learning MEAN Stack web development. I have taken some brief courses but need help getting passed the beginner stage. I am looking for someone who can answer some of my general questions, create a curriculum, and recommend online courses/study material. Ideally, I would like to meet once or twice a week for about 1-2 hours/session but I am flexible in terms of schedule. I live in the Eastern Time Zone. Good English skills is imperative.
Skills: Backbone.js AJAX AngularJS CSS
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
In need of a JavaScript, jQuery, Backbone experienced developer. I am wanting to take a program already available and polish the edges and add some additional features. Program is 100% open source, just requires someone with programming experience. FasterQ System is what portion of the software will be further developed. Reference: Goals: 1. 100% White Label Branding including URL's 2. Ability to create custom wait time reports. (Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Individual Clerk, Individual Line, Customer) Additional Ideas: 3. After customer has been serviced ability to text the customer if they left something to notify. 4. Ability to have separate login for clerks manning the lines. 5. Ability to track individual employees and customers wait times and service times. 6. Ability to have FasterQ make verbal announcements EX: "Number 32, to Window 5" 7. Smart customer wait time management that knows opening and closing and employee lunches, for calculation of wait times/service times. 8. Option for service window to very small window that stays on top of other windows with only call, serviced, and left something buttons.
Skills: Backbone.js JavaScript jQuery
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
our next project will be a car marketplace with auction feature and placing bids like freelancer is doing for selling used cars to car dealer. User should be able to buy new cars while selling the used car, getting 2 in 1 offer where user can see both prices in one offer. Initial requirement: - Sell your used car to car dealer doing it with an auction like ebay. - Or sell your used car and buy directly a new one from this car dealer. Get bids for your used car from car dealer including new car offer for a desired new car in one offer: 2 in 1 If seller wants to sell his used car and wants to get a new car there should be a possiblity to let customer set up this like freelancer is doing, so car dealer can make bids (including offer for buying the used car + offer for the new car delivered in one offer, so user can compare each car dealer offer) I could´nt explain the full scope, but for now it should be enough to show the needs. New Logo, Responsive Website, Webdesign including all royality stock images, Copyrights goes to us, Backend Maintance Document, Multilanguage and Multicurrency, Tanslation tool in backend.
Skills: Backbone.js CodeIgniter HTML5
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a freelancer to develop an offline-usage dashboard for data visualization. The purpose is a dashboard which consumes data from a flatfile and displays these on a chosen plot format. No data loading from public Internet is possible. Bootstrap must be used. E.g. I choose a bar chart, load a data file and the data is visualized within the container. On the side the column names are listed for x and y axis. - The dashboard should load a data source as JSON or CSV from harddrive. - The user can choose between scatterplot, barchart, lineplot for the first prototype, so that he can do basic visualizations. - As a product owner I would like to have charts as visualization containers within the dashboard which can be extended via an plugin API (Angular module). The user must be able to choose a visualization, which is provided as AngularJS module. - As a user I want to have the column names of the input format recognized and used for interfacing, so that I can use them for drag and drop. - As a user I must be able to choose the column which goes to x and y axis via drag and drop of the column names, - As a user I want to be able to have multiple columns visualized with different colors on the same plot, so that different time series or inputs can be rendered. - As a user I want to be able to switch between different plots with the columns still assigned to the axis. Lazy loading is likely not possible. So we have to rely on an efficient loading like with d3js.
Skills: Backbone.js AngularJS CSS CSS3
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
I need a rockstar front end dev (html/css/js) on a project I am working on. I have a theme ( ) and need to basically recreate it into Backbone or Angular 2. We need to remove all the bloat, and rebuild just the items we need based on the requirements of the project screen by screen. Then, adding our own layer of aweome-ness after we have a core established. This person needs to be autonomous, and familiar with git. Best if they have some knowledge of PHP, but not required.
Skills: Backbone.js AngularJS
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We're looking for an experienced front end developer with strong backbone.js experience for a 2-month project, with the potential to extend. You will be working directly with the lead of this project, as well a team of developers. We are recruiting local (Los Angeles ) based talent ONLY, this job will require talent to be in office as the work will be done on one of our systems. This is a full-time commitment of at least 40-Hours minimum per week for the entire project. (Note: This is for a high-profile client, so we will ask you to sign a confidentiality agreement, before we can release more project details.) Key Qualifications: -Ability to be self-didactic with time and task management. -High Attention to detail and consistency with code submissions. -Willingness to work long hours to meet hard project deadlines.
Skills: Backbone.js CSS GruntJS HTML
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
Note: We will require an NDA to be signed prior to granting access to our GIT Repo. We expect that you'll want to review the contents of our REPO(s) before confirming your final bid. We have a commercial SaaS Software product nearing it's first customer beta release. We do NOT know how many lines of code there is, but 2 developers have been actively working on this product for approx 1 year. Prior to release we want an expert JavaScript full stack developer with architectural skills to execute a rigorous review of the code and then document what you find. Here are the components comprising our technology stack: The main frameworks we are: - [Backbone]( - [NodeJS]( - [Backend as a service]( - [SASS]( - [HAML]( - [Handlebars (Templating)]( - [Nightwatchjs (Functional Testing)]( Then some others we use are: CSS: Bootstrap (Styling and structure) Animate.css (animations) JS: cocktailJS (For reuse of behavior in Backbone Views) D3.js (For Reflection's chart) jQuery (Backbone Dependency and General purpose usage) jQueryUI (opentip Dependency and General purpose usage) UnderscoreJS (Backbone Dependency and General purpose usage) momentJS (for Date manipulation) offlineJS (for use case when the internet connection is down) json2 (JSON parsing) opentipJS (tooltips in Reflection charts) sweetAlertJS (For the actual alerts with better styling) The critical deliverable is comprised of two main documents: 1 - Code Review and Assesment: This will include, but is not limited to: Description of Major Features and Flows Repo Structure Key coding patterns / standards Key Plug-ins and their use Key Data Access Patterns Database usage / Guidance UI Styling / Components Any and all observed good and bad practices seen in the code that should be either encouraged or discouraged Possible forensics via Static Code Analysis, etc. 2 - A Developer On-Boarding Document that includes, but is not limited to: any and everything we would want a brand new developer to understand in order for them to jump in quickly and begin contributing new code... For example: Repo Access Repo Orientation - what features / code are located where and why Check-in / Check-out / Branching Guidance on adding new features Tooling / Automation CI/CD Coding Standards Plug-In Inventory and Use etc.
Skills: Backbone.js JavaScript json