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Create website clone of existing food website

This project received 23 bids from talented freelancers with an average bid price of $736 USD.

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Project Budget
$250 - $750 USD
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23
Project Description

Specifications of the project:

The application should imitate the functionality of the site [url removed, login to view] in full extent.
Principal functionality:

Users "spot" foods by adding photos of just eaten foods via their mobile phones. These photos are tagged with the place, the geolocation, the type of food and a small description. This post is also synchronized to their respective facebook-accounts. Then users can comment, follow or unfollow foods. This information is used to build a detailed food map of europe.

- Signup process: very easy an clean via direct mail signup or facebook. Must be accessible via the API.

- Upload photos, tagging system: Must be very easy to use, even from mobile phones via their respective photo folders. Commenting/like functionality.

- Guides: Foods have to be organized in "guides", see [url removed, login to view] for detailed functionality.

- APP api: must provide full access to all stored data (restaurants, locations, users, guides) and to the signup process for the later created applications.

- Basic design, sleek flexible design - orientate on [url removed, login to view]

- Great shot/Great find functionality.

- Language system to translate site.

- Admin access: has to be similar to this one:

[url removed, login to view]
Username: admin Password: agriya

- Search field an maps: Must use local information (e.g. user location) to do related searches and map location.

PLEASE ONLY BID WHEN YOU HAVE REQUIRED SKILLS, I WILL NOT REPLY TO STANDARD MESSAGES!!

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