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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
*Experience with APIs especially Amazon MWS and the Shopify API *Ability to pull specific data points from these APIs into a single location *Ability to map SKUs and set rules to see various data points *Ability to make graphs / charts on this data We only need a few data points and mainly just to organize and map them in a certain way. If this project is successful we will have other similar projects.
Skills: Ruby Amazon MWS API Development MySQL Programming
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Hello, I am building a one page Ruby On Rails application that allows users to buy postage. I can't find anywhere online that you can just buy a shipping label without signing up for a monthly account. ... I would like to get it done within a reasonable time. Requirements: I need a Ruby on Rails programmer with git experience. The application needs integration and unit tests with rspec.
Skills: Ruby on Rails CSS HTML JavaScript
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
1/Integrate the checkout process in the cart page. The template is already placed in /cart page. Instead of four separate steps: address, payment, shipping and complete. Integrate address, payment, shipping in cart page. Reference: http://guides.spreecommerce.com/developer/checkout.html 2/Add admin page to set the cover image for category (products) page. Hints: deface to override admin menu, with one extra view and controller/action and paperclip can be used 3/Show recent blogs in the home page, Hints: get recent blogs from spree_blogging_spree 4/Show hot deals and related products in products page. Hints: one way to do it is by creating, hot deals taxon, and adding dale price with end date, in admin. When showing the hot deals, if the hot deal product has end date, show the count down using the differences from current date time and end date time. 5/Add the admin template, with configurations for mail 6/Add the seo markups as partial template, and render them in pages. Hints: add mint the json-nd markups in templates patrials and include then according to the controller action
Skills: Ruby on Rails
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
Hi, I want to create a web calculator that pulls in inventory data from Square (squareup.com) and allows for the calculation of various recipes. It will take ingredients and combine those into recipes. Should have login/signup as well as a homepage. See attached designs. I'd like the final site to resemble the attached designs. I can provide pictures.
Skills: Ruby on Rails AngularJS
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Test site that will be used to inform an internal database. Looking to use Rails, Postgres and Elasticsearch. One data object called "Stores" (name, address, city, state, lat, lng). Goal is to use Elasticsearch as the "GET" engine here because the eventual data set will be large and we're looking to use Elasticsearch on other areas of applications as well. After having basic syncing between the database (Postgres) and the search (Elasticsearch) in place and updating each time an object is created, updated, or deleted in Rails, the app should have an example of each of these things 1.) Get X closest places to a given lat/lng input 2.) Get all places within X meters of lat/lng 3.) Get all places within polygon bounding box It's expected that the repo will be shared privately upon completion and a short amount of time (hour max) to ensure it's set up and running properly on our local machines (macbook running 10.10) Upon successful completion, there is a lot more rails/elastic search work needed, this is more or less a test project that will serve to quicken dev time for this first app and also be a starter project for what will be a lot more.
Skills: Ruby on Rails Elasticsearch
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $900 - Posted
Websites & Portal Development Magento Wordpress/PHP/Joomla/Drupal 2. iPhone/Android Apps Objective C/Java/HTML5 Cocoa/Android SDK/iOS 3. Custom Web Apps Python RoR (Ruby on Rail) 4. Opersource Development Magento Wordpress/PHP/Drupal 5. ... Custom Application Development Custom PHP, Python, Ruby on Rails C#, Asp.net, WPF-WCF
Skills: Ruby on Rails HTML5 iOS Development Java
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
This could be “set the Fuel Tank Pressure to 5 Bar” coded in ruby. So when the event is executed in the sequencer the sequencer calls a method in the tank object that sets the pressure to 5 Bar. 5)When the engine simulation is running the sequencer shall automatically regulate the tank and chamber pressures down by 10% per time tick 6)There is a 10% uncertainty to the regulation of the tank pressures, and you have to implement this in the ruby program. 7)If the pressure difference between the two tanks are more than 10% of the tank pressure, during a 3 seconds period the engine will explode. 8)The simulator must monitor the pressure in the tanks and display an alert the user to abort simulation if a fault arises. 9)It shall be possible to press a key on the keyboard causing the simulation to stop at any point without loosing data collected until that point. ... So when the event is executed in the sequencer the sequencer calls a method in the tank object that sets the pressure to 5 Bar. 5)When the engine simulation is running the sequencer shall automatically regulate the tank and chamber pressures down by 10% per time tick 6)There is a 10% uncertainty to the regulation of the tank pressures, and you have to implement this in the ruby program. 7)If the pressure difference between the two tanks are more than 10% of the tank pressure, during a 3 seconds period the engine will explode. 8)The simulator must monitor the pressure in the tanks and display an alert the user to abort simulation if a fault arises. 9)It shall be possible to press a key on the keyboard causing the simulation to stop at any point without loosing data collected until that point. ... So when the event is executed in the sequencer the sequencer calls a method in the tank object that sets the pressure to 5 Bar. 5)When the engine simulation is running the sequencer shall automatically regulate the tank and chamber pressures down by 10% per time tick 6)There is a 10% uncertainty to the regulation of the tank pressures, and you have to implement this in the ruby program. 7)If the pressure difference between the two tanks are more than 10% of the tank pressure, during a 3 seconds period the engine will explode. 8)The simulator must monitor the pressure in the tanks and display an alert the user to abort simulation if a fault arises. 9)It shall be possible to press a key on the keyboard causing the simulation to stop at any point without loosing data collected until that point. Your tasks: You must create a ruby program for the combined A) The Rocket Engine Control Software and B) Corresponding Engine Pressure Simulation System
Skills: Ruby
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $35 - Posted
We are in the process of starting a major release of one of our key proprietary applications. This is a MySQL database with a Ruby on Rail front end. We are looking to hire a quality assurance tester to make sure that this upgrade is as smooth as possible.
Skills: Ruby on Rails Internet Security Usability testing
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