Freelance Jobs — 1047 found


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  • Posted 2 days ago


Need a stamina hack for dauntless

  • Hourly - Intermidate ($20.00 - $40.00 /hr)
  • 1 to 3 months
  • Posted 3 days ago

Willing to pay 100-300 for a dauntless stamina hack, the game does use EAC.

Mosaic Web development

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  • Posted 3 days ago

We have an existing Windows software that creates animated mosaics that build up as photos are added. We want to be able to integrate this animation into websites. It needs to be repeatable (so we can do this for multiple clients/multiple websites).

-Main goal is to be able to allow individuals to submit photos online (via hashtag and text is currently done via our existing software), then display the Mosaic being built up with the individual photos on a website (the new part).

-Ideally people could interact with the Mosaic (click on a single photo to bring it up, comment on it, etc.). - This might be a 'round 2' add.

-FYI, you can download our software, Muse Mosaic, from and see general details of the software

-For a similar idea that is implemented see:

-We need to get the minimum product working in 1-2 weeks to be able to take advantage of it.

Some details from the existing Windows software:

At the moment I have a possible solution for you to consider: the command line interpreter of Mosaizer, my first mosaic application.
It will only work on Windows servers, so unfortunately not on Linux/Unix. It's been proven to work since a couple of years ago I had a customer who sells photo mosaic posters via his website, where people could upload their images, while interactively the client could tweak the result a bit. The 'engine' on his website was the quite responsive CLI that I had developed.
Back then I tested it on the Windows Server 2003 R2 VMWare image, and this works ok. Since this is a command line, the web developer can use e.g. php command to interact with the web page.

A command line would be something like:
MosaizerCLI {files} -i "Assets\SuperLogo.png" -r "Mosaic_result_4.jpg" -cp -l "Libraries\Crayola 120" -o "Assets\Crayola.png" -sf "Data\Saved" {special} -fa 242 -fs 11 -ch 24 -cid

“Blueprint.bmp” -xls “Blueprint.xls” -sum “Summary.csv” {size shape} -w 32 -x 90 -d 0.0 {quality} -q 95 -k 1 -t 1 {ctrl} –ec
I found the PDF with the list of possble commands. I also added an option to replace images/tiles interactively. So: an existing mosaic replaces tiles when new tiles become available. There isn't a fancy flying movement of some sort, but I guess that's a challenge for your web developer?

Basically it accepts input (image, settings), where some basic stuff is already available server side (images, basic settings, php scripts), and where the web page triggers a php script doing something worderful, delivering a new mosaic image, server side, and loads of placement data. This image can be read by the web script and do something really nice with it on the web page as a response to a clients upload.

The CLI app is not the web interface.
It's the engine behind the screen that manages image placement into a good looking mosaic from many images.
The web page designer can use whatever trick to make it attractive, like flying in images and other dynamics. The engine does not do anything like that. It only takes in an image, and outputs an new image. The image could be any image in a folder, where the php scripts then triggers the engine. The engine itself could be made responsive to watched folder behaviour, as an alternative for the php script. The current engine uses a series of images in a designated folder, and creates the mosaic from a designated billboard image. So it can create a full mosaic in just seconds (provided the images are essentially small, e.g. 300x300 px), and it can also replace an image in the ready mosaic with a new one, put where it fits best.
The Mosaizer CLI engine was primarily designed to create very good looking picture mosaics, based on a set of ready available images, where each image would be used, and put at the best colour-fitting spot. The big difference with Muse Mosaic is that the colours are not that important in MM, such that the billboard image should be recreated as good as possible.

Otherwise all interactions with the web-page visitor is managed by the webdesigner scripts and layout.

The output of the CLI includes the location of every uploaded image. Possibly we would need some sort of database tool to manage this, but basically all the information is there. I'm not familiar with developing apps for iOS and Android, but with the latest RAD tool Delphi Rio 3.3 the code will work on different platforms. That would be new for me. As they advertise: one code, 4 different platforms.
The dynamics of locating e.g. the searched photo would be entirely done by the web designer, reading the input, searching in the database and then moves to that image in the big mosaic. The engine to create that mosaic could of course be a java script, or whatever they used. But could also be a console app (the CLI) that is controlled via php scripts, directly executed server-side.

Building of Website

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  • Posted 4 days ago

Building of website per conversation.

Cloud computing expert needed to do end-user product testing

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  • Posted 4 days ago

End-user product tester for cloud computing. We want an independent contractor to test out the product and give us a review/report. Individuals must have IAAS, cloud computing expertise should be able to compare it to other companies offering the same services.

IAAS, Cloud Computing, Product Testing, End-user testing

Hero Was Defensive Scoring Preview

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  • Posted 4 days ago

Please see project description in Upwork.

Zoom Integration

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  • Posted 4 days ago

as discussed

Build a calc that is like brett whissle, make the webpage

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  • Posted 5 days ago

Had been sent in Upwork and what's app
It was agreed that it would not take more than 15 hours

Apple Watch App for Emergency Alerting and Short-term Activity Reporting

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  • Posted 6 days ago

This project is to develop a native Swift-based Apple Watch app with the following features [2 week project, 30 hrs a week, $20/hr; total budget $1200 with potential for $300 bonus upon successful app store submission on my Apple ID] :

1) One click export of biometric data for the day (i.e. 24 hours (or duration per admin configuration ) from SOS button push) by pushing it to a dropbox / Box/ google drive location
1.1) As such, the app must be possible to be coordinated with such a cloud location for depositing files or must have a companion iPhone app to allow such settings to be saved.

2) Simple "HELP" button which a user can push to alert a network of trusted contacts.
2.1) As such, the app should be allow the user to create such a trusted list of contacts or this must be feasible to be set up via a companion iPhone app.

Overall, the following are some more details on the implementation level being expected:
1. iPhone App (User Interface for configuring SOS contacts list etc. and the location to drop healthkit exports)
2. Apple Watch App
3. Admin Panel (Web Interface) for us to configure and track our users. [Can be Firebase or similar]

Key integrations expected:
- Integration of Push Notifications so the admin panel can issue a push notification to the users of the app (iPhone and Watch)
- Integration of GPS (ideally also integration of Google map navigation to the location of the user location) upon user triggering an SOS alert
- Creating & Integration of Web Services to export HealthKit datasets and GPS data on a regular basis (hourly or every 30 min etc. as set up on the admin panel, streaming data to a folder, organized by user and events, in CSV form).
- Heatlhkit time series visualizations in iPhone app and Watch [simple visualizations are OK]


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  • Posted 6 days ago

I would like to develop an online conference platform. It shall:
1. Create separate conference rooms for people to virtually meet.
2. Schedule meetings and sync with outlook, google and apple calendars.
3. Define available time slots for attendees after syncing with their calenders.
4. Adjust time zones by itself.
5. Allow screen sharing.
6. Allow remote access to mouse and keyboard.
7. Have a chatbot for attendees.
8. Have the capacity for group meetings with up to 100 participants.