SQLite Jobs

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  • Hourly – More than 6 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Software development for web applications. * AngularJS * Django * Git ** The technologies above include that you would be able to handle many of the aspects that come behind. AngularJS means that you may have skills with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery. Django means that you are able to deal with REGEX, DB administration, OOP, Linux (Ubuntu). Git is about knowing about branches and forks, having a good workflow as follows: fetch, commit, rebase, push, pull request. The projects in progress: http://www.energi-uk ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $2,500.00 Posted
    I am seeking an Android Mobile App developer with experience and developing apps with local data cache and synchronization with Web Services APIs. I need a creative, smart and fast developer with detail knowledge on Android OS development. Must have the following skills: • Extensive development knowledge on PhoneGap and/or Titanium • Detail experience using local cache data stores (SQLite or other) on the mobile device • Detail knowledge in RESTful API calls • Experience doing detail documentation • Collaborative and fast pace approach ...
  • Hourly – 1 to 3 months – 10-30 hrs/week – Posted
    MVS is looking for a well-grounded senior developer with extensive experience in C# WPF desktop applications to have an immediate impact in our debugging and software packaging processes. MVS is a small engineering firm that pioneered software development in our field. We are anticipating the release of our latest platform, rebuilt using modern language and tools. MVS’s lead developer has performed a significant volume of refactoring to adhere to agile MVVM architecture while completing additional features. Additional high-quality coding ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $2,000.00 Posted
    Create an android data collection application which will be used on a smartphone & tablet. The activity should take in the following intents ‘LocationId’ (integer), ‘ProjectId’ integer & ‘UserId’ (integer). On load it should check to see if the ‘LocationId’ & ‘ProjectId’ already exist in the table, if found it should load the existing data collected and allow editing (UPDATE STATEMENT). Otherwise assuming all input is valid it should insert a new record (INSERT STATEMENT) with the ‘LocationId’, ‘ProjectId’ & 'UserId' specified from the ...
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