I'am looking for an Angular 2 Web Developer that help me to implement the client side of a webapp.
We will start from an Angular/bootstrap/material HTML5 template in order to develope two different sections: one for customers and another one for backoffice.
I need support on client side because I have little time for delivery.
The freelancer has to develop the client side of a WebApp for an IceCreamShop.
The client will have to support the main modern browsers and must be implemented using the AngularJS framework, in its latest version.
Added to this is the use of Google Material Design and Bootstrap.
The client will be integrated with the backend made in NodeJS and LoopBack (API cooming soon).
Payments can be made by integrating the client with the PayPal Gateway and an Italian Gateway: [login to view URL]
The simpler and easier integration solution will be adopted, by redirecting the Customer to the desired payment gateway.
The webapp consists of two sections, one dedicated to the Customer and the other to the Shop Manager and the Administrator.
ATTENTION: The Administrator is the only one who can insert/modify/delete the product categories, products, associated options, associated additions.
Free maps are required, but this is a nice-to-have requirement.
The client has to offer an user experience typical of the modern web-rich-user-interfaces:
- with a clean and user-friendly design
The client will have to support navigation through mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
The freelancer has to adopt a theme based on Angular + Material + Bootstrap. The theme must be approved from me.
More details will be produced within a few days:
- the final version for the state machine of an order
- the class-diagram that will define the data model
- the remote API
134 pekerja bebas membida secara purata €15/jam untuk pekerjaan ini
I have around 4 years of experience in all version of Angular and worked on very large ERP system. Please share more details so we can estimate the work and time to complete your project. Thanks, Sharma