Blockrazor is an open source project that aims to provide a way to compare every single existing blockchain project in existence. Github repository: [url removed, login to view] Development site: [url removed, login to view] (the site automatically pulls anything added to the repository, so it sometimes breaks). How to enter: look at Blockrazor's site and github repository. Find a problem that needs solving, and send a pull request to solve it. The problem can be one that is listed on the repository issue tracker, or it can be one that you have found yourself. It can be something in the codebase, it could be something in the UI, or it could be anything else. Once you have sent your pull request, please take a screenshot of the pull request (including your github username) and use that as your entry. There is no limit to the number of pull requests you can send, just make sure to update your submission here with another screenshot, we will take the sum total of all your contributions as your entry. There are a number of us currently working on the project, we are not participating in this competition. So don't become discouraged and think that you have to compete with existing contributors - you do not. You'll know who they are because they have 'member' or 'owner' next to their name. The winner will receive $300, but ALL applicants will be considered to be brought into the project as ongoing (paid) contributors (we are actively looking for developers to join us). Please specify your hourly rate here on freelancer.com when you provide your submission. The most important thing is that you follow the Readme and the contribution protocol (C4). It's also useful for you to look through the history of pull requests and see how we do things in practice, especially look at the "bad pull request roll of honour" category to see how *not* to send a pull request. JUDGEMENT CRITERIA (in order): 1. How well you follow the instructions in the Readme and in the C4 contribution protocol. To get a very good feel for what the contribution policy really means, read the "descriptive" version. Links to all of this are provided in the Readme. Look at the past pull requests to see some examples of how we work. 2. How good your code (or design) is, how readable your code is, and how well commented your code is, 3. How relevant and useful your contribution is (make sure you check through ALL the existing issues and check what other people are already working on), 4. Efficiency of your code changes - problems should be solved in the simplest way possible, you will lose points for making things more complicated than they need to be. It's more likely that someone with 5 small pull requests will win than someone with one big one. Basically, whoever sends a pull request that makes us think "this person understands our contribution policy and how we work, and also has good code and knows what problems are really worth solving" Everyone entering the competition should star the project on github (thanks!). If you want to follow our progress or be an ongoing paid contributor please "watch" the project so you get kept up to date. QUESTIONS: If you have questions about the competition itself, please ask on freelancer.com and NOT on github. Do not mention the competition in your pull request, we don't want the github repository cluttered with things that are not relevant to the codebase itself. If you have questions about the project, the codebase, how best to go about solving a problem, or you are new to github and need help with something, ask on github and NOT on freelancer. FAQ: Q: Where is the roadmap? What are we aiming for? How can I know what to do if I don't know where we are going? The answer to this will become clear when you read the Readme and the contribution policy. A NOTE ABOUT DESIGN CHANGES: We are using bootstwatch styles so that it's easy to switch 'themes'. Avoid any custom CSS, try to stick to using bootstrap and bootswatch.
Reusable Component Please refer attached Image, UI not need to be pixel perfect its just for reference 1. The items of the dropdown should be fetched from a collection 2. There should be two fields per each item - an identifier (e.g. _id of mongo collection) and a text to be displayed. 3. The component should be visually customizable including (but not limited to) colors, icons, and fonts of the dropdown ( Important ) 4. Similar to point (2) - it should be possible to parameterize the list with another templates name which will be used to render the individual items ( Important) 5. The component shall be used both as a state (meaning you can query the currently selected item(s)) and as an event generator.
Hi, I want to deploy my meteor application into my VPS without using MUPX & Docker. I want it to be working with APACHE/NGINX, Manual deployment. We will do it using Team Viewer. My application is developed using Windows. My VPS using Ubuntu.
Bonjour, Nous avons développé une application MeteorJS. Nous avons actuellement des problèmes de performances qui ralentissent et vont même à empêcher l'utilisation de notre service. Nous pensons que nos problèmes de performances viennent d'un manque de bonnes pratiques à mettre en place sur ce framework. Nous souhaiterions avoir une analyse de notre application par un développeur expert en MeteorJS qui pourra ensuite mettre en place les recommandations. Il pourrait par exemple être mise en place une solution de tracking qui ferait ressortir les points durs.
*** NO AGENCIES OR SALESMAN *** Looking for a seasoned MeteorJS developer who has at least 18 months experience with MeteorJS. Needs to work efficiently on various projects to meet tight deadlines.
Our cloud computing platform needs ongoing maintenance and upgrade. Only expert experience with Meteor is essential. We require a solution urgently that enables user to copy and paste in cells from excel, into the cells in our web app. Developers with experience in scientific projects involving complex calculations and data analysis is desired.
I am looking for a German developer with [url removed, login to view] experience. The job is in German language and complete project details are in German too so you must know German. Will share more details on chat
It is an online platform for secondary schools, whereby an admin log in to add student with their name, class , profile picture and parent name. A teacher then log in with a given password and username, he/she adds the class she teaches. The teacher can click on each student to add their results and put a comment. The teacher can also upload attendance sheet and notes on the platform. Student register to view their respective notes that the teacher has uploaded. Parents can log in with their given password and name to view their ward result.
An online platform for secondary schools whereby an admin adds student in a virtual class with their names id ... A teacher then log in add the classes he teaches to upload their result , attendance sheet and notes. Student log in to view notes . Parents log in to view result and comments