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Write an ionic app for android and iOS

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Project Description

Hi there!

we require someone or a team to develop a university specific ticket-exchanging/social network app using the ionic framework 2 (or equivalent) to run on both android and iOS. The choice of backend is up to you but please let me know on what you plan to use when you bid, thanks.

We have put together a mock app on fluidui to help you visualise what it is we are after if you decide to take the project on. I have also attached a detailed spec of requirements.

Some key features:

- User profiles (inc profile photo)

- Confirmation email sent to email address to create a profile

- Posting items for sale (can include photos)

- Built in chat system (where chat will erase once an item is sold)

- Built in rating system for users

- Push notifications to alert users an item they requested is available

- Ability to search posts

- Admin user type with added rights

- Maximum use of native transitions / gestures

I would be the middle man between yourself and my colleague who's idea this is. I have done a reasonable amount of web / software development so I hope to be helpful to you on the technical side, I just am not experienced enough to execute this task as professionally as we'd like.

There is of course a lot of scope for further work should you complete the project successfully.

This project is reasonably urgent, so please do bear that in mind. If you could estimate how long this might take you that would be awesome.

Please let me know if you require any clarifications, and I hope to hear from you!

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