I need a front-end freelance helper to convert PSD into active webpages.
Basically we keep adding small changes every day, need a professional attitude, absolute understanding of technologies used below and .NET experience.
Web site is in Russian. At the moment is placed on subdomain:
[login to view URL]
The project has been developed using ASP.NET MVC 5 (C#) and MongoDB no-SQL database
Third Party Technologies
AWS & S3: Images and videos are hosted under Amazon Web Services, S3. There are two directories in
the S3; “Videos”, which contains all the videos on the site, and “Images”, which holds any image
throughout the website.
Resources are accessed using special signatures, and those signatures are only valid for a particular time
period. Course videos are accessible only for logged in users.
[login to view URL]: Payments are processed by [login to view URL], which is a leading online payments processing
service with different payment methods. No libraries are used here, the integration is done using only
the direct [login to view URL]’s API endpoints.
[login to view URL]: Users can signup/login using their VK accounts.
PdfSharp: PDF documents are dynamically created by PdfSharp open source .NET library.
.NET MongoDB Driver: MongoDB database is manipulated using official MongoDB driver for .NET
DI & Unity: Used Dependency Injection design patters in order to release dependencies between
services, and Unity is used to inject objects.
Repository: Database objects are accessed using repositories. This gives a flexibility in changing the
database source in later time, if necessary.
LESS: CSS codes are written using LESS Framework. This gives a great flexibility and manageability over
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jQuery: DOM is manipulated using jQuery. Animations, hover effects, responsiveness of layouts, and
sliders are built using jQuery and some jQuery Libs.
Tinymce: RichText editors, such as the one in add new discussion, add comment replies are powered
Bootstrap: Responsiveness of the websites, mobile and tablet views are powered by Bootstrap CSS