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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](http://backbonejs.org) - [NodeJS](https://nodejs.org/) - [Backend as a service](http://baasbox.com) - [SASS](http://sass-lang.com/) - [HAML](http://haml.info/) - [Handlebars (Templating)](http://handlebarsjs.com/) - [Nightwatchjs (Functional Testing)](http://nightwatchjs.org/) 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
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Looking for strong Javascript developer. Primarily responsibilities are to develop uawe interfaces provided by the designer or HTML/CSS developers. Experience with Javascript, HTML5/CSS3, CSS pre-processors, RWD, version control required. Must be able to provide samples of prior work. Experience with refining UI/UX is desired, experience with BackboneJS also desired. Familiarity with REST-ful interfaces is a plus. Help us develop cutting edge technology using the latest-and-greatest technology stack.
Skills: Backbone.js AngularJS CSS3 HTML5