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We are looking for an expert in SignalR who can help us develop our video calling application. This is a proof of concept project and you will be working directly with our team of developers. We will do the work together. The objective is for the master application to be able to do initiate video calls with the client application. We will have a SignalR server to manage the signalling between applications. You must have previous experience using SignalR for this. The application will be built in c# .net WPF.
I am looking for a developer to create a WPF Application for my business that will be connected to our Epos system (Sql server 2008). The specific requirements for this project are as follows: Features: - Sales Reporting: The application should be able to generate detailed reports on sales data. Design: - Specific Design: I have a specific design in mind for the application. Integration: - Direct Integration: The WPF application should be directly integrated with our Epos system. Ideal Skills and Experience: - Proficiency in WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) development. - Experience in designing and implementing sales reporting functionalities. - Experience in designing and implementing inventory functionalities - Familiarity with integrating applications with Epos ...
I am looking for experienced Revit API developers/freelancers. Skills:- - Revit API - C#, .net (mandatory) - WPF Tasks: - Creating custom Revit add-ins - Providing suggestions and guidance for the add-ins' functionality based on my general idea Requirements: - Proficiency in Revit API development, atleast 1year experience. - Having good knowledge of C#, .net framework, WPF. - Experience in creating custom Revit add-ins - Strong troubleshooting skills for existing scripts Timeline: - The project needs to be completed within 1-3weeks If you have the necessary skills and experience in Revit API development, please contact.
We currently run a Windows application with POS features and stock management capability. The current Software is written in VB6 and is connected directly to the local MSSQL database. We are currently writing a separate backend layer in .NET 7 to handle the business logic and database connection. We are looking for a developer to build our software's new frontend version. The design is not touch-based but for a mouse and keyboard. The Software handles simple daily tasks such as buying and selling items and several more complex reports. We are still open to defining the tech stack to be used. Avalonia would be one option that we are considering. Adding support to run the new client on MacOS would be a big benefit of using a cross-platform compatible stack. We are still in the early st...