Hola Technousa, vi tu perfil y me gustaría ofrecerte mi proyecto. Podemos conversar sobre los detalles por chat.
Hey Techousa! How are you? I'm including the details of the project here:
Basically we have some pdfs/cdr/ai files, and we'd like to turn them into a simple Angular2+ (meaning *not* AngularJS) site. All the files contain the same info in different formats, just in case you need anything =).
The site should be responsive, with just 2 media queries (tablet+mobile is one, Desktop is the other). We are including all the files for both designs.
PDF Pages explanation:
- You'll notice that pages one and two of the PDFs are the exact same one, but the second one includes the design for the log in form that appears when you click on "INGRESA | REGISTRATE". Meaning that only one HTML/angular page should derive from this. You do not need to create links/routerlinks here if you don't understand where they should go. That's okay =)
- Page three of the PDF contains the design for three different pages.
The first one (the one at the top) is simple. The other two contain inputs and sliders. The sliders don't have to change the values of anything, we can handle that. I'd like the select, text inputs and checkboxes to be linked to an ng-model of the same name (feel free to name them according to the label with abbreviations or removing spaces or whatever).
You can leave the select/dropdown controls blank, that doesn't matter =).
- Page four of the PDF has the design for two pages.
The first one is a simple "contact-us-like" page. Much like the previous forms, the textboxes and checkboxes should be linked to a model.
The second one is a FAQ-like page. Every question should open like an accordion. You can put dummy text inside the accordion =).
- Page 5 of the PDF has the design for one page (with three tabs). The first two images are the tab "Mis Datos". The second one contains what the right part should look like after one clicks on "Agregar nueva cuenta" on the first page.
All inputs are simple text inputs, except for "Fecha de nacimiento" which is a date. Again ideally they should be linked to a simple model by the ngmodel property.
The other two images are the remaining two tabs of the page. You can fill them with sample data, doesn't matter.
That's all for the description of the PDF! I'm 100% open to chat/[Removed by Freelancer.com Admin for offsiting - please see Section 13 of our Terms and Conditions]. I'm fully bilingual in Spanish and English. I hope we can understand each other!