|Display messages on iPhones|
|description:||We are a team of former university students from ETH Zürich and are working on a chat application that offers a new way for secure messaging and an innovative user interface introducing a new kind of communication using Emojis. |
We want to port an existing Android chat application to iOS and are looking for someone who can help us with the translation of the code. We are using J2ObjC to translate our business logic from Android (java) to Objective-C.
Initially you would create a small part of our app to see how well you fit into our team and if the way we want to approach this translation works as we think it does. If everything goes well there will be more and bigger tasks for you to work on afterwards.
The first task is to use our translated java code which accesses a local SQLite database and outputs a list of message objects to build a user interface that can display these messages and updates itself once there are new messages in the SQLite database. To achieve this goal, you will build your code based on the user interface from JSQMessagesViewController (https://github.com/jessesquires/JSQMessagesViewController).
To ensure that you have read our project description, we would appreciate if you could address us by „Dear StageChat Team“ in your reply.
We are looking forward to your applications!
|budget:||$70 - $100|