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Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for a .Net developer who can help us on API integration to our product. Here are the requirements we have - - .NET C# development - Experience Implementing WCF service - Experience building SOAP web service - Experience implementing data access layer using LINQ, Entity framework etc. - Experience using .net System.XML - Experience deploying and managing web services in AWS or Azure Please drop a note with the proposal and for any further details on the project.
Skills: C# .NET Framework
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I need someone who understands the following... Unity and C#. You'll be working with an SDK that includes SLAM, hands interaction tracking, occlusion, collaboration, neuro-interface design guidelines, example code, apps, documentation, and support.
Skills: C# Unity
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
Hi SQL Server Experts, Guys who are having deep knowledge and expertise in writing store procedure in SQL Server. kindly share the skype id so that will discuss in the details about the requirement. Regards Parveen G
  • Number of freelancers needed: 2
Skills: C# Microsoft SQL Server Programming SQL
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
I am looking for a Unity Game Developer who can create a 3D and 2D games. Since this is the first project and a test project as well so I am gonna hire him for the next 6 months. He/She should develop a game and convert them into IOS and Android. I'll share all the details with the developer after hiring him.
Skills: C# Game Design Game Development JavaScript
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
I need a custom winforms control created which is primarily like a radial gauge with some additional features. It could possibly be based on the Telerik WinForms radial gauge, or not. Video attached of gauge prototype. It will be a 360 degree radial gauge with a needle and a digital indicator in the center which indicates a CurrentAngle value (between 0 and 359 degrees) (yellow needle in the prototype) It will also have two other needles indicating an "OnAngle" (green needle in prototype) and an "OffAngle" (red needle in prototype). As in the prototype, it will also need to display a circle of green beads on the outer perimeter of the gauge. The OnAngle and OffAngle should be settable as properties. The control will need a method for updating the gauge which accepts the following parameters: CurrentAngle (int), SensorOn (bool). When the control is updated, the yellow needle is moved. Also, if SensorOn = true and was also true at the last update, the green beads are made visible between the previous position and current position of the yellow needle. If SensorOn = false and was also false at the last update, those green beads are made invisible between the previous and current position of the yellow needle. When SensorOn changes (either to true or false) from what it was, the actual CurrentAngle is also displayed next to the bead at the position (as seen in the prototype). So effectively the green beads display all angles where SensorOn = true during the past full rotation. Also, when SensorOn = false, the area in the middle of the gauge turns red, while when SensorOn = true, it is green.
Skills: C# .NET Framework Desktop Applications
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $15 - Posted
The purpose of this Project is to add a feature to an existing .NET 4.5.2 Asp.NET Web Forms application, to import data from an Excel File to a database through some Telerik Controls. The web page where this feature has to be added currently has a RadGrid. I've already done the writing to the database part. This project is only for the front end. See PDF attachment for more details, screenshots and sample data file for import.
Skills: C# ASP.NET Telerik
Fixed Price Budget - Expert ($$$) - $4,000 to $6,000 - Posted
The project will deliver a centralised company intelligence repository that enables easy storage and rapid retrieval of information relating to the activities, specialities and geographic scope of companies operating within the international real estate and investment sector. To ensure compatibility with other systems, the database will need to be developed in SQL Server, with all data tools coded in .NET. Over time, the database will provide a universal backbone for a number of public and private directories, intelligence systems and CRM tools and while these will not all form part of the initial phase of development, the long term context of the project may require some consideration. Database Structure The business already holds significant data in various data silos and non-integrated systems. Once the new structure and tool set is complete, the existing data will be migrated, system-by-system. The new database will initially hold 5 types of information: - Company: company-wide information stored at organisation level - Office: branch-level information for one or more offices in a Company - Contact: information pertaining to an individual within an Office or Company - Account: data that defines the parameters of any relationship with our business - Activity: enquiries, meetings, event attendance and other transactional logs During 2015, a piece of work was started to define the database table structure and the relationships between them. While this project was not fully completed, it does provide a useful starting point for the project. Data Associations Companies may have one or multiple office IDs, Account IDs or Contact IDs associated with them. Office IDs have a fixed association with a Company, but may have multiple Account or Contact IDs. Each Contact ID may potentially move between Offices, Companies and/or Accounts. Activity may be specifically associated with a Contact, Account, Office or Company. Database Tools 1. Add Record Critical to the organic growth of the system is the capability for research staff to quickly and easily add new contacts, offices and companies, with minimal effort or cross-checking of records. - Mandatory Fields Very few fields should be mandatory: Company Name and either email or telephone. - Assumed Data Where only one Contact or Office is added for a Company, data can be cross-populated automatically, in order to populate fields such Email, Phone 1 and 2 across both tables. - Potential Matches While the Company ID is the primary key for this data, there should be Ajax matching on certain fields, such as Company Name, URL, email and telephone number, to automatically check for existing records with the same value. 2. Bulk Import A function should be created that allows bulk importing of data, provided it is in a compatible structure. This should be a CSV or Excel file, formatted to match a specified set of column headings. 3. Merge Records As disparate data sources are cleaned up over time, it may be necessary to merge specific records. Ideally, where there are different values for the same field, it should be somehow possible to select which value to retain and which to overwrite 4. Edit Record A single page input form should be used to for editing any data that can be modified manually by the user (with a log of any changes). There is already an existing page for managing our customer information - it may make sense to restructure this page to accommodation any new data fields. 5. Auto Create New data is available daily, as a result of our client campaigns, our outreach activity and our internal marketing. Where responses are created and no match can automatically be found, a new record should be created in the Company / Office / Contact table. 6. Search Database The search module is a key component of the initial functionality. A simple form should allow fast retrieval of matching records, using a variety of parameters to filter the results set, with matches displayed in an easy to digest format. Search fields should at a minimum include the following: Company Class, Country, Geographic Focus, Specialisation, Geographic Areas, Priority, Call List, Status (see below). The results should be presented in a snapshot view, with key data compiled into an easy to digest format, with additional information available as an Ajax call on hover, allowing the user to expand on the information initially presented. Tick a tickbox to add new matches to the pre-selected Call List. 7. Call List Call lists are lists of companies to contact in relation to a specific piece of work. These should be managed from a Job Management page, where they can be created, deleted or retrieved. The retrieve function should be exactly the same as the Search Database results, wwith an additional status filter and a status for each record in relation to the job in question. The statuses should be a simple traffic light system, with Success, Progress, Fail as the 3 settings.
Skills: C# ASP.NET ASP.NET MVC Database design