- Create and deploy distinctive web applications in a timely way.
- Identify and resolve cross-platform compatibility concerns.
- Collaborate with other developers to enhance the data collection needs for the website.
- Provide particular information on website elements such as structure, functionality, programming languages, and communication protocols.
- Establish priorities and give suggestions for improving the website’s performance.
- Investigate and resolve a number of architectural issues with the website’s server-side functionality and database structure.
- Update the webpage/website on a regular basis and adjust its functionality to boost exposure and user experience.
- Developing and improving the performance of the primary front-end website.
- Creating innovative front-end apps and user-facing features for a variety of platforms.
- Front-end development assistance with lateral initiatives.
- Developing new requirements and designs, as well as changing and maintaining complicated existing applications.
- All tasks must be done, including requirement analysis, code metrics recognition, code analysis, system risk analysis, readability, robotics, and software reliability analysis.
- Developing a website in collaboration with front-end and back-end web developers.
PHPPHP, or Hypertext Preprocessor, is a computer language used to create dynamic web pages. PHP can work with pre-existing code since it has many advantages, such as the ability to build custom websites quicker than HTML. PHP is well-known for its speed, high level of interoperability, and free versions, which enable websites to be produced even on low-cost hosting packages provided by many network providers. This language’s mailer additionally lets you set up an automatic email notification for registration and password reset.
CSS and HTMLCSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) are two key web page technologies. Depending on the goals of your project, HTML provides page structure, while CSS provides both visual and audio layouts. When working with graphics and scripts to build user-friendly web pages, HTML and CSS are necessary. CSS also allows you to design your websites for a wide range of devices, including large displays, small screens, and printers. It is not dependent on HTML and may be used with other XML-based markup languages.
Responsibilities at work
- Create new user-facing features.
- Create reusable code and libraries for future usage.
- Create efficient PHP modules and back-end code.
- Improve the speed, performance, flexibility, and scalability of your apps.
- Collaborate with members of cross-functional teams to build strong software solutions.
- Define and assess application needs.
- Identify and resolve application problems
- Connect data storage options to apps.
- Bachelor’s/degree Master’s in engineering, computer science, or information technology (or equivalent experience)
- Expertise with PHP web frameworks such as Laravel, CodeIgniter, and others.
- Knowledge of various front-end technologies, such as HTML and CSS
- Working understanding of databases such as SQL, MongoDB, NoSQL, and others is required.
- Understanding of best practices in professional software development
- To communicate successfully, you must be fluent in English.
- Work full-time (40 hours per week) with a 4-hour overlap with US time zones
- Knowledge of code versioning tools (Git, Mercurial, CVS, and SVN)
- Experience developing cross-browser compatible apps
- Knowledge of DevOps tools and cloud technologies is required.
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities