Mobile Developer - Android/IOS - Fully Remote, Freelance

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    Glasgow, Scotland

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    Lee Watson

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  • Published:

    7 months ago

  • Duration:

    3 - 6 Months

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My client based in the UK are currently looking for a remote Mobile Developer to assist on a current project, where they are looking to scale the company as quickly as possible to keep up with customer demand.

They are looking for a developer with experience in both IOS and Android Development, a minimum of 2 years' experience in both would be required. The contract is for a minimum period of 3 months and they are looking for someone to start immediately.

Details from the client:

  • You will re-implement an existing app which currently uses a legacy platform/runtime.
    Implementations required in both iOS and Android, ideally with majority of code structure shared for easy maintenance and update, want to avoid "forking" into two codebases and team.
  • You have a full working example in a live finished app. They also have a full wireframe model of all screens in the app and of course all graphics assets - it is a working app, so they have everything required already.
  • A start has already been made on replacement iOS and Android apps, but the code is unfinished, again that source is all available making this more of a "finish it off" task.
  • Specifically, the main piece remaining to be finished is the "zoom view". This require custom controls to be built for a fluid "motion UI" that interactively pans and zooms a list of thumbnail pictures. Again, it is fully implemented in the legacy app so a "working example" is right there, just needs re-implemented in modern native app code.
  • Needs someone with experience in graphics and animation/physics engines to get the right feel. Standard buttons/lists won't do it.

If you would be interested in this kind of position, please do get in contact.

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