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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Platform - Would prefer non microsoft technologies, PHP or ruby are fine. Synopsis - We need an app that reads from a spreadsheet or database of values, and enters those values as text on to pages of a photobook.
Skills: Ruby App Store Google Play PHP
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,500 - Posted
I'm working on a SaaS product and am looking for an experienced RoR developer who can build a SaaS framework similar to Laravel Spark ( Main features I'm looking for: -- Simple authentication from scratch (not Devise) with optional 2FA using Authy (users can choose to have it). -- Subscription billing with Stripe with basic Dunning. -- Configurable option to enable teams of users (and automatically figure out billing for teams when this is set). -- Users should be mailed invoices and should be able to view all past invoices (PDF) in their dashboard. -- A protected admin area that allows managing plans and users by users with admin authorization. -- User impersonation by admins to debug issues customer's are experiencing. This is a fairly rough outline of what I'm looking for and I can write a more detailed specification if required. From a design aspect, I'm just looking for something that isn't overly ugly. A basic bootstrap-based template should be fine.
Skills: Ruby on Rails CSS HTML HTML5
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We're looking for somebody to help extend an existing Ruby on Rails project. We're looking to build a relationship for the long term - there's loads we want to do and we know & understand how to spec features out. ... We will only accept applicants from candidates with > 5 years Ruby on Rails experience.
Skills: Ruby on Rails PostGIS
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I need the following work done on my site. 1) Changing from FREE TRIAL of service to PAID TRIAL of SERVICE. -need verbiage changed on Home Page and Links to Free Trial to say "7 day trial). 2) Member Section services brought to page accessible when you click to sign up for a 7 day trial. The services page is fully developed but you need to have an account to view the services page. Need this page out of the Member only area and accessible from the home page and every other public page. I also need a reference on the sign up page that the new member will be billed 9.95 for any level of service and the trial will convert to a full membership at the regular membership rate at the end of the 7 day trial. I will provide more articulate verbiage on this piece. 3) I need payment page added (this may already be in the source code) and set up for a 7 day paid trial that will convert into a fully paid recurring monthly subscription if not canceled within 7 days. I need verbiage to go along with payment page with an indicator of when they have to cancel and that they can cancel easily from their member dashboard. 4) I need the 7 day trial set up with our merchant processor, Meaning, after the low cost 7 day trial expires the system will automatically charge the full amount and turn it into a recurring subscription and the regular membership price. 5) I need a new video uploaded (the video is already produced). It just needs to replace current video. 6) There may be some mild changes to the verbiage as we go through this project. 7) I need this to be completed within a week. 8) I have all the source code. 9) I would like a general quote based on the scope of work.
Skills: Ruby on Rails Web design Website Development
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
Hey Team, I am looking to make an iOS app similar to Imgur. It will have the abilities to edit images and apply filter, write a description and have categories. The app will have similar features to Imgur and Instagram, but less categories. This app will also have features of its own too. I expect high quality, fast, and efficient code. My personal developer is working on front end, so you only need to work on BACK END. You will need to make :Server side(Admin panel-design&development, Web service API). Since you are only doing back end, my budget MAXIMUM is $500USD. Message me if interested and for more details.
Skills: Ruby on Rails iOS Development Java PHP
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an experienced front end developer to work on a long term project. Must be experienced with Javascript, AngularJS, Bootstrap, HTML5, CSS3. Please note we are creating an Internet Application, not a website/blog/etc.
Skills: Ruby on Rails AngularJS Bootstrap CSS
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $6,740 - Posted
Underscore.js JavaScript framework ZURB Foundation Web framework MYSQL database We could also consider Ruby on Rails -WeBrick - Web Server Javascript/JQuery/Ajax/ MySQL 5.x+ OpenSSL Payment Gateway integrations such as Paypal and Interswitch Nigeria and also banks I will be working as the project manager and As well providing much details of the system and how it will work end to end.
Skills: Ruby on Rails AJAX AngularJS Apache CXF
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
You should complete two tasks (front-end & back-end) to create a working single-page application. # TASK / FRONT-END Please use this boilerplate to implement the app outlined in `MiniShop.pdf`. Feel free to remove/change anything you deem unnecessary from this boilerplate. Tip: start by checking out package.json and run "npm install" and then "npm run dev" to fire up the app. Adapted from: ## FEATURES - The app simulates a very small shop. - The application should use AngularJS (feel free to create just one app.js file or create your own best practice application structure). - The columns should be responsive and implemented using Bootstrap or Material Design. - When the "Load latest products" button is clicked you should fetch the products from the API (see TASK / BACK-END below) and display the products as shown in the pdf. - When there is at least one product in the "Cart" it should become possible to click the "Place Order" button. This sends the order using your API. - After a successful order, the user can pay for the order by clicking the "Pay now" button. ## Notes: - Each product can only be added to the cart once - Make sure to disable/ enable buttons when needed ## BONUS - Intuitive user experience - Robust application structure - Design improvements - An example of tests for the application - Simple code # TASK / BACK-END Implement a simple backend providing a REST interface to a webstore with product inventory stored in a database. Use the single page application (TASK / FRONT-END) to test and demo your interface. ## FEATURES - The user should be able to view products available for sale. - The user should be able to place an order and the items in the order get reserved for him. - The user should be able to pay for an order. - Unpaid orders should time out automatically with the contents returning to the inventory. ## REST API File `backend.yaml` contains an OpenAPI description of the required REST interface. Use the language and framework of your choice to implement it. File `/assets/data/products.json` contains example inventory for the shop. Store the contents in a database for use by the backend. ## /products This path simply returns the contents of the store inventory and it should look similar to products.json file. ## /order This path is used to place an order. On success it returns the id number of the placed order. If there is insufficient inventory it should return an error with current inventory counts for the products in question. The items in an active order are removed from the main inventory. If the order is not paid promptly it must time out and the items get returned to the inventory. ## /pay Use this to pay for a previously created order. If the user provides card number '9876543219' to an active order the order must be marked paid. Paying for a timed out or already paid order returns an error. ## Notes: - If there are any inconsistencies or errors in these requirements resolve them as simply as possible and document the choices you made. ## BONUS - Simple, easy to understand and well structured code - Comprehensive error handling and robustness - Automatic tests - Design improvements This challenge should not take more than 4 hours of your time. Good luck!
Skills: Ruby on Rails AngularJS CSS3 HTML5