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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are appreciating and looking to involve with us to get whatever you want to get. (Financial benefits as higher than others) conditions applied. We need an experienced front end developer for a 3-6 Month Project this project include multiple sub-projects. He/ She experienced with JavaScript, Angular JS, Bootstrap and Kendo UI. Pls. note that we are creating a Reach Internet Application. Specification available for applicants review upon register. (Team will get extra benefit)
Skills: Windows App Development JavaScript Linux System Administration
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Looking for a Skeleton App that does these things The workflow of this Skeleton app is 1. User taps a button (English / Spanish) 2. UI loads in desired language 3. User enters name into textbox using On screen keyboard (WpfControl) 4. User selects an item in the Listbox 5. User taps submit. Based on his selection of the ListBox, some items in the Listbox should bring up a message saying "Please visit us at www.example.com". The other message would say "Please wait for someone to see you in the waiting room". I am seeking a basic skeleton application with documentation to finish on my own Your instructions should include how to localize it. Must run in Windows 10 machine (and Windows 7) Must run in Kiosk mode (disabling access to start menu and must run in full screen with no option to exit application) Data in form must be saved to an Access 2016 Db (please use best practices like using Parameters with OleDb) If you come across any limitation, please explain and let me decide.
Skills: Windows App Development .NET Framework C#
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We have a tool with a built-in calendar we use for internal needs. This calendar offers it's data in a weblink with an standard .ics-File. Of course, we can sync this file with the standard Google-procedure, but there are some issues, we can't work with. First thing is the sync-time. Google only syncs this file once a day (or slower), that is no way for our work. It should be synced in an interval about 5 or 10 minutes (should be a free choice in options). Second is, that this calendar in Google is a "fixed" calendar, not a personal one. So it can't be synced with other calendars like iPad ot phone. Now we decide to use a own tool. It should sync this weblink with the .ics to a personal Google calendar (free choice). It should be done with the latest Google API. Credentials should be saved in this tool, also the interval for the sync-time. The tool can be done in C#, maybe as windows-service, or in ASP.Core as Webservice.
Skills: Windows App Development .NET Framework C#
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
We are looking to develop one CDR Analysis Application for Windows. We will show you some sample application for getting idea. We are looking for only experienced people should apply on our project. After getting selected for the project, it should be completed within 7 days. There will one admin panel from where all the user accounts will be controlled. All the users could be able to download our application from our website but for activation of the subscription, we will provide them a license. That license mechanism should be given in our admin panel of the application. There should be search button also where we could put and search anyone's mobile number or email i.d then it should show us that mobile number and email i.ds availability on internet either it is on facebook, twitter, linkedin, whatsapp or any other place on internet. There should be an option to give customer support to users. From where we at admin could see their problems through remote desktop like team viewer.
Skills: Windows App Development .NET Framework C# C++
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
We have a VB2010 software that embeds a fillable PDF file within a WebBrowser form control. User can fill text fields, click on radio buttons etc in the fillable PDF. Right now we use WebBrowser1.ShowSaveAsDialog() to save the user filled PDF to disk automatically when user click on the save button and then read the saved PDF file via iTextSharp. This method works fine on pure English OS computers. But on computers that have non-English input font it has problem. What we are looking for is to read the user filled PDF fields directly from the embedded PDF. This project is not easy. We tried at least two methods so far: A. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8542209/vb-net-iterating-through-control-containers (It does not list the fields in the embedded PDF) B. http://stackoverflow.com//questions/9138900/programatically-fill-pdf-form-fields-in-browser-control (Couldn't make this one work) We need VB .Net source code to read the embedded PDF file directly without saving it to disk. Please add your code to btnReadPDFContent.Click. (The Read PDF Content button at the bottom of the form). A template is attached.
Skills: Windows App Development .NET Framework Visual Basic
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I need a very simple program built for Windows 7 desktop. Here is how it will work: Whenever I press "PrntScrn" to take a screenshot of the screen, there will be a popup in the middle of the screen that says "save in this location": (and then it shows a list of different predefined folders that I can save the screenshot in) (and it allows me to click and select a folder, and it will save the screenshot in that exact spot) The main PURPOSE of this is for taking screenshots of important items like business receipts and invoices/records and then saving them in certain folders that are buried down in deep hierarchel folder systems- rather than having to click through every time, I can save certain favorite locations. And then the other thing is of course, WHEN I take the screenshot, there is an AUTOMATIC popup that presents me with the options- rather than by default having to open up Windows Explorer manually and find the screenshot. Please include the word *read* at the beginning of your proposal or I will not be able to consider you.
Skills: Windows App Development