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Responsibilities

  • Understanding the business requirements, technical analysis and designs, UI/UX designs and prototypes, and converting them into a working VueJS/HTML application.
  • Building a stable and powerful PWA application using VueJS/HTML5/Bootstrap/CSS3, which adopts and complies with Vue, Web, and Software Engineering standards and best practices.
  • Writing the required logic in JavaScript that communicates with the backend RESTful APIs to get data, post/submit new data, or execute actions on the server.
  • Modifying the frontend to implement new changes/features as needed using the guidelines of the UI/UX designs without the need to re-design the UI everytime.

About This Job

We are looking for strong highly-skilled frontend/JavaScript developers to build the UI intefrace of a new product we are building, which will have chart-drawing and extensive forms and validations to run around, thus, relative experience is expected.

As a frontend UI developer, you will receive the basic UI/UX design files for different system interfaces, and you are going to convert them into UI, add the logic, and make sure they are integrated well.

Also, you are expected to help in making core contributions to the software architecture and design, to help to reach to the desired state in the most effecient way in terms of time, usability, customizability, and more.

This is a contract base role for 3 developers for a multi-phase project. The first phase is planned for 2 months of extesive development, and other phases to be planned and kicked off down the road. We are willing to full-time hire the contractors who show commitment, dedication, and professionalism.

As a core developer, you are expected to demonstrate strength and high command on coding standards and principles leading to efficiently write clean code with minimum rework.

Job Details

Posted Date: 2020-05-22
Job Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Job Role: Information Technology
Company Industry: Software Development
Monthly Salary: US $2,000

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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