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Looking for talented developers to work on progressive web app involving live video, cryptocurrency and a fun UI. I don't care where you are located. We're agile, use Trello for project management and Slack for communication. We have a video standup a few times weekly to keep on track.


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\nScalable Path is looking for a Progressive Web App Developer with GPS Expertise to join the team and work on a client project. This is a remote, full-time position, but the client is also open to part-time availability.\n\nThe pay rate for this role is from $30 - $80 USD per hour, depending on experience and capability.\n\nCLIENT COMPANY DESCRIPTION:\nThe client is a software company that makes a Progressive Web App for the oil and gas industry.\n\nDUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:\nThe client has an existing Progressive Web App (PWA) that helps collect all actions that oil and gas operators make throughout the day such as driving to different sites and working on equipment while using primarily phones and tablets. Often there is no Internet connection in the remote locations that the operators are working so data is stored locally and then synced when a good connection is available. They are having some challenges with gathering GPS info from the PWA at certain times such as when the application/phone is not actively being used that they would like to solve. Information from the app is used to help operators make effective data-driven decisions. Collecting GPS data from the PWA as effectively as possible is very important for them. You will be tasked with architecting and implementing the following features relating to GPS.\n\n- GPS Data collection\n- General collection on events relating to EZOPS actions and events\n\n- General GPS location monitoring\n-Need the ability to track offline (indexedDB) and online (direct server communication if service)\n\n-Nearest Location autoload / ranking\n- Ability to understand which location(s) are closest to a user at a particular time\n\n- Time to travel\n- Ability to understand some tendencies about the user\n- Average travel time to and from locations\n\n- Data interpretation\n- Can eventually transpose the data onto a matrix for accurate routing items\n- Cheaper and more accurate than relying on GPS APIs\n\n- Ability to feed route times and data into a format for a prioritization engine.\n\nThe client would like to keep the GPS-related code packages as raw JS so they can easily be integrated into other frameworks in the future (not just AngularJS).\n\nYou might not need to reinvent the wheel for certain functionality but instead could integrate with existing GPS packages.\n\nOverall, they are looking for someone who can coach them through the pros and cons of various GPS options and approaches and then implement the agreed solution.\n\nRELATIONSHIPS - WHO YOU'LL BE WORKING WITH:\nYou will be reporting to the Director of Technology who was the original developer on the project. They currently have a scrum team of 3 developers with some contractors working on the side. They use Google meetings and Google Hangouts for formal meetings. They also have a Slack channel where they communicate throughout the day. There is an existing daily meeting at 9:00am America/Edmonton (-06:00) MDT.\n\nREQUIRED SKILLS:\n- Excellent English Communication Skills\n- JavaScript\n- Strong understanding of PWA limitations related to GPS\n- Ability to create code that can be integrated with AngularJS and likely other tech frontend frameworks to be future proof\n- Understanding of open source GPS libraries for PWA integration\n- Strong understanding of GPS and the ability to create logic based on GPS\nInternal matrix caching\n- Understanding of existing APIs and their pros, cons, costs\n- Understanding of data structures and metadata relating to GPS collection\n\nDESIRED (NICE-TO-HAVE) SKILLS:\n- AngularJS (v1)\n- Laravel\n\nSTART DATE:\nAs soon as possible.\n\nEXPECTED CONTRACT DURATION:\n3 to 6 Months\n\nNOTES:\nThe client would also consider applicants who are an excellent fit for the position and might have only part-time availability.


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\nScalable Path is looking for a Frontend Progressive Web App Developer to join the team and work on a client project. This is a remote, full-time position.\n\nCLIENT COMPANY DESCRIPTION:\nThe client has a web application that allows doctors and other healthcare professionals to record asynchronous interviews about specific health topics.\n\nDUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:\nYou will be translating Figma designs into a functional Progressive Web Application (PWA). The client has also written a requirements document describing how the application should function. The app you will be building is focused around social sharing and contact management and is not very large.\n\nAfter reviewing the designs and understanding the desired functionality, it will be your responsibility to research and recommend a technical approach to which libraries and frameworks should be used. The client is currently interested in using React 16.8 and has explored using the Ionic framework.\n\nSpecific PWA requirements include:\n- The app must be "bookmarkable" to the user's phone's home screen\n- The app must "feel" like it is native as much as possible\n\nRELATIONSHIPS - WHO YOU'LL BE WORKING WITH:\nYou will be working with CTO / Head of Product. The client can make modifications to the backend APIs to support your frontend development. The client is in the America/Chicago (-05:00) CDT time zone.\n\nREQUIRED SKILLS:\n- Strong English Communication\n- Ability to translate designs in Figma into a functional progressive-web app\n- Demonstrated experience building Progressive Web Applications\n- JavaScript (React 16.8)\n- HTML\n- CSS (SASS)\n\nDESIRED (NICE-TO-HAVE) SKILLS:\n- Experience with Figma\n- Experience with APIs built in Express\n- Good sense of UI/UX\n- Ionic Framework\n- Experience with social sharing services and APIs\n\nSTART DATE:\nAs soon as possible.\n\nEXPECTED CONTRACT DURATION:\nApproximately 6 weeks if at full time (estimated)


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