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Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 month - Posted
Mobile Web App similar to Topeka (https://polymer-topeka.appspot.com/) with addition features. Feature Requirements: 1. All existing Topeka features 2. Each Quiz set has its own Leaderboard and badge 3. User Administration UI for system administrator 4. Quiz Category UI for system administrator 5. Users can create their own Quizzes and set quizzes to private, share with group, or public 6. Web app can use mobile phone's camera and mic to capture video and audio as the quiz content. 7. User can take quiz with other users by challenging them real-time. 8. Web app should be internationalization and localization ready 9. Choices of Technologies: - Frontend: Polymer 1.0+; Backend: Hapi.js (Node.js); DB: MongoDB
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 5 Posted
I am part of a team that is working on a port of an existing browser game (www.cs-manager.com) to a new technology stack (as well as creating mobile versions of the game). For this undertaking we are looking for developers who would like to join. Here is some insight into what we are looking for: CS-Manager is a complex game which enables managing a Counter Strike (ego-shooter) clan as well as simulating games etc. The current code base is quite old and we want to create something even better. Our current technology stack contains a mix of different technologies. The front end is using mostly PHP and some parts are HTML and JavaScript as well as Java. The back end is written in C and the database is a PostgreSQL database. We are using a bunch of modern tools to help organize and structure our work. Those include JIRA, Confluence, Stash and Slack. We are planning to move to a more simpler technology stack with the new version of CS-Manager. Our plans are using JavaScript...
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 400 Posted
We are a logistics/trucking company. we do delivery to specific locations and we also pickup items from those specific locations. our client have allocated to us 50 location or branches for us to deliver and pickup. we just rely on the system generated report/history by our client, which is not reliable because they put in the system that it is already released, however actual items are not yet released to our delivery crew, which will be "IN-TRANSIT" or will be floating in the system. we do this delivery and pickup in a daily basis. We need to have us a system that will notify us of incoming items picked up by our delivery team. this pick up will be generated by the branch/or store with all the items to be picked up, and also attachments like transmittal scanned with the full names of delivery crew. we need a booking and monitoring system to allow my team to review, check all transactions incoming or outgoing of cargoes. we will provide each store a user account, so that they will...
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 4,000 Posted
The project is to build a web application that allows buyers put up the items/services they need and sellers or service providers submit bids and compete to fill the order. The portal will provide functionality for payments, escrow and integration to a local bank. We are leaning towards building the site using MEAN stack but open to considering ASP.NET. The ideal developer must be a fast and accurate coder, have an eye for design, good understanding of user experience and creating modern minimalist user interfaces. It would be helpful to provide links to previous similar projects if any.
Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are currently looking for a Node.js developer to work on our backend API. This API is consumed by our iOS and Android clients. To start with, we’d like somebody who is experienced in architecting large Node applications. Our application started small, but of course it is growing as we add new features. We want to avoid as much “technical debt” as possible by architecting it for the future. This will involve refactoring the existing code, and additional test coverage. In the near future, we are also looking to add a web based front end. Familiarity with AWS and Elastic Beanstalk a must. We are currently moving over to Docker, so experience or willingness to pick this up would also be a plus. http://golfmatchapp.com/
Hourly - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We're looking for a person that can help out multiple areas of the projects would like to find someone that has database experience with; 1. Optimizing / Indexing mongodb queries 2. Auto scaling & load balancing with AWS and/or Google Cloud 3. Monitoring 4. Geo spacial queries 5. Sharding 6. Replica sets Development experience with; 1. JavaScript MVC frameworks (backbonejs) 2. PHP MVC frameworks (codeigniter, phalconphp) 3. Redis 4. Node.js 5. Twitter-bootstrap, CSS3, HTML5 6. Responsive design Project management, continuous integration, server experience with; 1. Jira, Jira Agile & Confluence (project management tools) 2. Bamboo, Jenkins & Selenium (qa tools) 3. Git, Bitbucket / Stash (CI tools) 4. Ubunto, Centos, Nginix (server skills) All of our current projects are Real Estate related and we are pulling data from multiple sources every 5 minutes. Our focus is making sure the data we pull matches the source and when we display that data it's accurate. There...
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 1,000 Posted
Need a individual nodejs, angularjs developer to work who can work in a team and lead the team , and have at least 1+ yr experience in portal development using MEAN Stack , must have knowledge about MEAN stack, meteor framework. must have passed nodejs , angularjs odesk tests. candidate with reasonable cost would be selected. its a long term project , so only apply if you have time and can work more than 40hrs per week. the most important atleast two angular, node project should be running live. write the answer of 2+2 = ? at the top of cover letter. otherwise the proposal will be ignored. Thanks