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fupersly posted a topic in Jobs (Hiring and Freelance)Hi all, I'm trying to help a developer I know find a talented individual (NOT a company, or current employee of any company) who can work remotely on HTML5 projects and has DEEP familiarity coding in Typescript. Familiarity with pixi.js and experience porting Flash games to H5 are also nice to have, but not necessarily required - the ability to learn quickly is more valuable than institutional knowledge for this team, but knowledge of Typescript (or other "formal" training with object-oriented coding) is absolutely essential for this role. I can't share the identity of the team, but it's been around for over 10 years now and boasts a solid portfolio of popular Casual games for the PC Download, mobile, and online/web markets. Please feel free to contact me with your resume/CV, sample games, or anything else that would make you a good candidate to consider for this position. Competitive compensation negotiable based on experience! Thanks! Joe Cain Mr. Shoes, Inc. (sorry, no website yet, but I promise this is legit and I won't waste your time!)
I made this https://cadsotic.eu/amazeball/ game a little while ago, and I'm pretty happy with it so I thought I'd try and port it to android as a hybrid app with cordova. Initially I've tried the adobe https://build.phonegap.com/apps phonegap cloud suite but, I'm using device orientation API and can't figure out how to make it in the cloud. So I decided I'd do it the "real dev" way and just compile everything from scratch, and that's where I hit a wall. I find the whole process to be very cumbersome and I was expecting it to be easy. I looked up a few tutorials and this one https://auth0.com/blog/converting-your-web-app-to-mobile/ seemed very promising and I managed to add the hosted webpage as an app(but it's mostly just an website redirect and not a real app by my standard), so.. I'm failing at making the actual standalone app without the internet connection. The main problem is that I want to add native features ( device orientation) and I can't find any guides that use it. Can anyone point me in the right direction where I can save some time and not read the entire http://cordova.apache.org/docs/en/6.x/reference/cordova-plugin-device-orientation/index.html#navigatorcompassgetcurrentheading documentation?
Hi, My name is Pete Schmitz and I'm a programmer that's available for HTML5 game development. I'm providing services that include porting games from Flash(AS3)/Java/C#/C++ to HTML5 applications that are mobile-compliant, optimizing/improving existing projects, and collaborating on entirely new applications. I have over six years experience in browser-based games development, which includes contract work for Nickelodeon and Newgrounds. My portfolio of published applications, including my resume and contact details, can be found at http://peteschmitz.com If you're interested in my services, please feel free to contact me - Either through this thread, PM, or my email (gpdevs [at] gmail [dot] com). I'd love to hear about your project and discuss how I can provide assistance with it. I currently reside near San Francisco, California (PDT). Thanks for your time, Pete