[url removed, login to view] is looking for skill programmer on PHP, GD, MySQL, JavaScript, FML, XHTML and CSS. Seeking for a freelancer programmer with experience in PHP to work off-site on developing a fairly complex project. Virtual outfits is a fun web application that allows users to collaborate with their Facebook friends vi a virtual closet that contains top brand name clothing. Some of the tasks for this project

1. Drag and drop clothing into outfit areas

2. Merging clothing images into one image

3. Search and select brand clothing

4. Collaborate with Facebook friends via FML.

5. Review and comments

If you're interested, please e-mail us with some information on your background, skills, experience at:


Farah Khalili

VirtualOutfits will be developed on Windows OS on Uni server (PHP5, MySQL 5, Apache 2), then it will be ported to Ubuntu on phase 2. We are looking for a candidate familiar with GD library, since there is going to be lots of image manipulating. The candidate will work on 2-3 webpages that has already been designed by a graphic artist and HTML were generated, The database were designed and has been created. A detail user requirement and technical documents will be given to programmers. The candidate will be responsible for analyzing the document , code them according to the requirements, unit testing and porting the codes.

Habilidades: Comercio electrónico, HTML, PHP, Arquitectura de software

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Nº del proyecto: #4093027