Backbone.js Jobs

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  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $200.00 Posted
    Hi There! We have an immediate need for a professional RoR and Backbone Marionette developer, and you will be tested on your skills as part of the hiring process. We’re looking for Full Stack RoR/Marionette developer with strong programming skills. All code will be reviewed by one of our senior developers, so please make sure to put your best foot forward! Also, knowledge of Marionette modular architecture developed by Brian Mann (backbonerails.org) is definitely a plus. The ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $3,200.00 Posted
    We are looking for a web developer that is excellent in javascript, css, and html5. The website we are building is an admin business website that helps users manage their product inventory, sales transactions, employees, memberships, and potentially reporting. Applicants must have the following knowledge, skillsets and experience. - Knowledge of Git using github or bitbucket. - Excellent with Javascript (JQuery), CSS and HTML - Have previously implemented a website using AngularJS, Backbone-JS or React JS. - Understand MVC concepts - Have experience working with ...
  • Hourly – 1 to 3 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Freelancer must be able to and have knowledge of: -setup rails environment to have same compatibility (guided) -CSS Knowledge such as Bootstrap, Foundation and or custom - Know how to work with PSD design files and translate code into HTML5/CSS code -Great sense of UI/UX -Know how to use Git -Know how to work on responsive design that deals with larger screens first (later on tablet and mobile) - Must have VERY strong communication skills -Punctuality is very important -Must ...
  • Hourly – More than 6 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    We are in the middle of developing web application site using Ruby on Rails, Backborn.js. Database is MySQL. Our planned go-live date is Dec-2015. This development is for my cliant's company's internal web site. It's not for consumer. If you can speak Japanese, it's a big plus.
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