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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I need a quick tutorial on how to use Meteor to login on Facebook. I am a developer myself, however since Meteor 1.3+ it seems accounts-login package has been very difficult for me to figure out after various tutorials, stackoverflow posts and other. I am now at the point I need an answer to this question and I am willing to pay monetary compensation if it is reasonable. Hoping it wouldn't take up more than an hour of someones time. So what I am hoping for is a written tutorial or screen cast I can follow. Maybe even meet on Skype for a couple minutes. In the end I just need accounts-facebook to run on iOS device and simulator and understand how to do it. Must work on Xcode 8 and Meteor 1.4+
Skills: Swift Facebook Development iOS Development JavaScript
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
Looking for a good, fast iOS & Android developers to design & develop mobile apps for my various clients. You must be capable and experienced in all the different areas of development. I need real developer who can be always there for suggestions, clarification or feedback's when needed! What I want : * Good knowledge of code and implementation. * You must be good in English (written and verbal). * Past experience and Portfolio link is mandatory. * Leave your Skype. I'll prefer the one with the lowest quote. This will be an ongoing work, so we'll be discussing projects on Skype and once we get finalized on all the terms & condition I'll post the job on Upwork to get start, so that you can be assured of your money. Does this make sense? Thanks for applying and good luck.
Skills: Swift Android App Development Apple Xcode HTML5
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We're looking for a committed iOS and Android developer to work on our CRM mobile app. Requirements: Good knowledge of iOS development or Good knowldege of Android Development Good knowledge of consuming rest-ish APIs Good knowledge of Twilio and VoIP & instant call/sms notifications You must be an individual, please don't apply if you're a company. Thank You. To Apply Please tell us how you would solve this problem on the Mobile app: We have a large dataset of like 30k contacts that needs to be searchable but and listed by default when you open the app by sorted by recent activity Note: that loading contacts from our api is an expensive server side operation
Skills: Swift iOS Development iPhone App Development Objective-C
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for someone to work with me to develop a mobile app for internal use in my contracting company. At this point, I would just like to have mobile time sheets and material sheets for my staff, that would sync with Quickbooks (desktop or online) to exchange the data. The staff have iPad minis/iPhones and I would need desktop access for my computer. The app would have to pull the customer / job database from Quickbooks (daily or on demand) and create a drop town menu in the app (both time sheets and material sheets) for the staff to select. Then the data entered would be synced back to Quickbooks. Right now we use TSheets (www.tsheets.com) for the time sheets side and it does everything above plus scheduling. The Quickbooks integration of the field entered data is not very refined (it does a lot but not effectively in any one area) though and creates lots of problems on invoicing. No material sheets are available from Tsheets. We use a Numbers cloud based spreadsheet for the material sheets (I have attached a sample) and while it works fairly well, it does not sync with Quickbooks and therefor the customer / job name is really whatever my staff chooses to type in rather than choosing only from available, existing job names (pulled from QB). I would at least need desktop back end access to build and maintain an Inventory list (as in the attached spreadsheet) but it would be even better if we could pull that from QB too and create a dropdown. There would have to be an approval process before the sync too. In an ideal world, I would dispatch a job from the schedule (customer for the job is pulled from QB customer list) and send an invite. The staff member could click on the customer in the invite (that shows up in his schedule) to create his timesheet and a material sheet. The charges (time and material) would be defaulted to the customer I set in the invite. The whole point is to get the time AND material imported into QB under the same customer/job name. What happens now is the time through TSheets is generally right (its included in the invite) but the material is assigned randomly to a name somewhat close to what it really is. Makes for a mess of interpretations at invoicing. The idea is to make this simple, simple, simple. New staff has to be able to pick it up immediately and work with it. What other information would you need to start something like this?
Skills: Swift iPad App Development iPhone App Development
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Hello. I'm building a mobile application for families that I can test in the marketplace. It will help users capture and preserve the stories of their loved ones in a fun and engaging manner. Think Instagram meets Apple Memories meets Ancestry.com. User stories in a nutshell: It needs to pop up a question from a database of questions, ask the user who he/she would like to ask the question to, and then let them use video and audio-recording on phone and webcam to record themselves asking the question. The recorded question would then be sent along with an invite to download the app to their friend/family member for them to create a video answer. The resulting video question and video answer would then need to be tied to a virtual timeline with permissions that would allow both users to view, update, etc. Note: I'm a UX/UI researcher and designer. I've fleshed out a design for this app in Sketch 3 but I really want to see a new perspective on it. I'm looking for someone who's imagination can step into the future of family history with me and who can help me create a unique, engaging experience that real families will want to use.
Skills: Swift Android iOS Development iPad App Development
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
We require a developer with experience in the following languages: - Scala - Javascript - Swift You can find more information about the product we will be developing @ getmeasure.co.uk and a static html demo of the application @ demo.getmeasure.co.uk We currently have an onshore developer who will be working alongside the lucky candidate to finish the project.
Skills: Swift CSS HTML JavaScript