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San Francisco Javascript Developer

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Project Budget
$1500 - $3000 USD
Total Bids
4
Project Description

OVERVIEW
Chefler, a tech enabled food startup, is looking for a JavaScript developer to join a team of 1-2 developers to build a simple (but polished) web app by late August. Basic functionality includes signing up for a meal plan, managing a meal plan, and accepting payments (via Stripe). We're only looking for candidates who can work locally from our San Francisco office from July 22 to Aug 10 (part-time).

TECH STACK
Language: JavaScript (proficiency required)
Browser: We only support WebKit browsers (includes Chrome & Safari)
Frameworks / Tools: Zurb Foundation UI, Parse for back-end, Stripe for payments, Twilio for SMS texts, Mailchimp / Mandrill for email
Design: The high-res mockups and graphical assets are already complete.

PROJECT DURATION
July 22 to Aug 10: Developers must work out of our local office in San Francisco at least from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Option to work wherever after that; preferably at our office.
Rest of August: Available ad hoc virtually for at least 2-3 hours per week.

COMPENSATION
At least $1,500 for the project, may be higher depending on your skills and time contributed. Paid weekly as milestones are reached.

ABOUT US
Chefler provides healthy meal plans for busy professionals. We curate a short daily menu of healthy options and deliver these freshly cooked dinners daily. By marrying convenience and delicious healthy food, we're accelerating the slow food movement and contributing to a healthier America.

STEPS TO APPLY
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