Flutter app developer
Posted by NoranSoft (@noransoft)
NoranSoft is looking for a Flutter Developer who will be responsible for creating multi-platform applications for both iOS and Android using Google's Flutter development framework. You will be working on innovative application projects and creating new experiences. You should have a deep experience in app development in order to contribute and manage high-scale production applications. You must have ability to self-manage and working independently.
Responsibilities and Skills:
- Muse have at least 2 years of experience in mobile software development
- Must have at least 1+ years of experience in Flutter development
- Must have built at least 2 Android & iOS applications using Flutter
- Must have published 1 or more applications on Google Play and App Store
- Ability to write readable code with extensive documentation.
- Must have knowledge of location services, Maps, and other common iOS/ Android libraries
- Must have experience working with Git (version control system)
- Experience of consuming REST services with JSON.
- Experience with third-party libraries and APIs
- Knowledge in building and deploying moderate to complex Flutter applications
- Working knowledge of the general mobile landscape, architectures, trends, and emerging technologies
- Working knowledge with Dart programming language
- Knowledge of translating UI/ UX designs into code
- Experience with Firebase
- Not necessary, but we would love it if you also have some knowledge of Python and little experience with the Django framework.
You will be working with a small innovative team at NoranSoft. As a full-time Flutter developer, on your first project, you’ll play an essential role in developing intuitive user experience for photographers and photography experts. Your objective will be to increase the reach of their photography content and create more engagement with the photo viewers.
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