We have a requirement for a skilled developer to continue a project which has already been
started. The project has been partly developed using ASP.Net MVC and requires senior skills
libraries such as Telerik and ParamQueryGrid. These tools will be supplied to the successful
We have an Azure server which hosts the SQL Server 2012 database, however, you will need to
provide your own Visual Studio. You will also require your own SQL Server if you do not
wish to use the Azure server.
The application will allow multiple users to connect and use at the same time and will have
a SQL Server backend. User authentication is managed within the application/database itself
and will not use things such as Active Directory.
To provide a bit of background on the project, we are attempting to redesign and redevelop
an existing legacy Microsoft Access application into a website. We are able to supply the
work that has already been completed for review and also our mockup designs as well as the
existing Microsoft Access application. It is required that the successful party review the
existing work and legacy application in their own time and once confident, we can commence
the paid project.
Please note that this is a fixed price project and parcels of work will be supplied at our
discretion. This could be several small pieces of work or we may decide to offer the entire
project for you to complete. There are also plans in the future to move into the mobile space.
Pending on the success of this project, we may also be in contact for the mobile project.
We would like to have at a minimum 1 standup meeting a week and this can be arranged for a
day which suits both parties.
Please note that this is a full end to end WEB APPLICATION. This is not your usual store
front pages or a company web site. This is an application which will be used by multiple
people at the same time to view, edit, create, and delete data which is stored in a
SQL Server back end. This application can be compared to ERP or CRM style systems.
The current application has already been developed using a lot of front end