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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $10,000 - Posted
Currently we have a system that takes screen shots of different URL's and turns them into JPEG files. We store these as JPG files. A user can create multiple URL's and set a timer. The system will then hit all of the URL's entered along with the timer and create screenshot. We need to be able to read text off those JPEG's. All text will essentially be numeric (currency). We will scrape the pixel and match it to a numeric number. We will then store this numeric number into a database. We want to be able to design a piece of software that will read the text of an image. Each image will be essentially stored and the text from that image (JPEG file) will be read and stored in a database. For example, suppose we are able to capture a screen shot of a website. We would then highlight or square off the section of that image we wanted to be read. The software will then use this screen shot as a template for that particular URL with the highlighted are . If you have any questions, please message me.
Skills: HTML5 C# C++ Java
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
The framework would be like EMR, this is would have a patient tab, records tab, along with the ability to save lab reports. The SASS would look like this http://landing.athenahealth.com/g/ehr?cmp=10008860&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=emr&utm_salesforce=701G0000000W0im&mkwid=s10008860_dc&pcrid=95034934279&pkw=emr&pmt=e
Skills: HTML CSS3 HTML5 JavaScript
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Liquid Coding 2. CSS3 3. Javascript/Jquery 4. HTML5 5. PHP 6. AJAX 7. JSON -Good understanding of color theory and typography -Understand key concepts of branding -Responds quickly when needed -Complete tasks on time and can adhere to strict deadlines -Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator knowledge -Basic understanding of business operations -Good organizational skills -Creative – Great visual story teller -Detail oriented, quick learner and self-motivated Work hours are flexible, however should be available 7 days per week.
Skills: HTML AJAX CSS CSS3
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $650 - Posted
This project is regarding League of Legends, it's an MMORPG game, my website QuickLoLBoost.com provides a service where our employees (Boosters) login to a customers account and boost their ranking. You must have knowledge regarding API to work on this project, and you must also speak fluent English so that everything gets done correctly. Prior knowledge to League of Legends would be ideal if you were to accept this project, as you'll be able to fully comprehend what I'm talking about. Here is an example of a website that provides the same service, they have a demo of their dashboard (https://members.elo-boost.net/order/demo) which is the same exact thing I'd want. Another example picutre: (https://gyazo.com/20520e6514a2a4b69344cf523126dfc3) & (https://gyazo.com/cefc3e03c6686b308eac39cc27d57350) For Customers: I'm in need of a login system where Admins, Employees and Customers can all login to. Using this system customers have the option of either purchasing products as a guest, where we will then E-Mail them with their order ID and information, or purchasing products while logged in and being able to view their order using the customer dashboard/member's area. On the Dashboard customer's will be able to edit their Username / Password / Summoner Name / Region. They will also be able to view real time updates about their order, meaning they'll be able to view an updated match history, something similar to this: (http://na.op.gg/summoner/?userName=dou0830) For Employees: I'm in need of a login system that's unique to employee's (aka boosters). Here employee's will be able to view all current jobs that are up for the taking, before taking the job employee's can view order details but they're restricted to what information they can see. Employee's should only be able to see the Region / Price / Starting Division / Desired Division & Purchase Date before they accept an order, once they accept the order they'll be able to see the Username / Password & Summoner Name. Employee's should be restricted to regions, meaning admins will have the option of choosing which region an employee can take an order from. i.e: Admins will restrict employee1 to only taking North American orders, meanwhile they'll give permission to employee2 to take North American and European orders. Employees should also have something similar to this: (https://gyazo.com/afa1b7810d45429e2b4a5bd924a96d9d) where it shows them their current balance and their overall total win rate % and wins/losses. They should also be able to view a broken down version of their win rate as well as wins & losses per tier. (League of Legends ranked system is broken into different tiers - Bronze/Silver/Gold/Platinum/Diamond), each of these tiers should be separate and should display the win rate % and wins and losses. Admins and employees should be able to view this data, their should also be a list of all the boosters with this data. You'll need to get familiarized with the Riot API in order to work on this. (https://developer.riotgames.com/) Employees should also be able to chat with customers on the dashboard, see the above demo of elo-boost.net. For Admins: Admins will be able to view a list of all the current accepted orders and who has accepted them, and all the current pending orders that are waiting to be picked up. Admins should also be able to talk with customers on their orders alongside boosters. Admins should also be able to see a list of booster's and their win rates in total and broken down into tiers. Admins should also be able to see a list of all curent boosters with this info: Region(s) / Date Created / Summoner Name + Region / Username / Current Balance / Lifetime Balance / PayPal E-Mail / E-Mail. Admins will cashout boosters weekly, so having the balance and paypal email formatted in a way that would be easy to copy & paste into a mass payment system would be ideal. Admins should also be able to appoint boosters and kick boosters off of orders.
Skills: HTML5 CSS JavaScript PHP
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are in need of a ASP.NET front end developer for several projects. Requirements: - Good Internet connection. - Willing to spend 5 Hours/Day as per EST time zone. - Must have Experience in Web Applications in C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET using latest technique like MVC, WCF - Experience in WS-Security,App-Security Standards, performance tuning, c# code maintenance and tools(NUnit,FxCop) etc. - Strong communication skills to help the team develop and implement the right solution. Hourly rate not more than $20/Hour. Serious bidder only, copy paste proposal will be removed immediately. Please be specific with your relevant experience and how you are better from others.
Skills: HTML .NET Framework ASP.NET C#
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
They will look quite similar in design to the attached (See: sample.jpg). I need you to create these pages in HTML and add them all as a new page to the site. I also need a new page template created within WordPress as well using the graphics I'll provide to you.
Skills: HTML5 CSS PHP Website Development
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We have in-house custom software for law office workflow. We are seeking additional assistance with development/code maintenance of this project. Applicants must have the following attributes: - Internet connection to support working over VPN- - Strong C# .Net background - ASP MVC 5+ Background Helpful - Flexibility to work with third party components - SQL proficiency - Proficiency in English is required. .NetTiers Framework knowledge is helpful
Skills: HTML