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Help Wanted: Mobile App Developer

IPS is looking for a mobile app developer to assist us in greatly enhancing our presence in the mobile application space.

Key Requirements

  • Experience in iOS and Android development (Windows phone a plus)
  • Working knowledge of IPS community suite software
  • Examples of previous application development

Other Requirements
  • Working knowledge of SVN or similar revision control systems
  • Self-starter who can take a project plan and make it a reality
  • Ability to work with a team toward a larger goal
  • Time management skills to be able to deliver a goal on time

If interested, please contact mobileapps@invisionpower.com with information on requirements listed.
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If you're thinking about expanding to other platforms past iOS & Android, you should definitely consider WebOS. Right now WebOS is up there for leading platforms thanks to the whole WebOS Firesale.

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How frustrating. You had the app for sale and then when I tried to purchase it you stated that you decided to discontinue it. Now, I've just spent $1,000 to tapatalk for JUST the iphone version plus god knows how much to customize the app towards what yours would have done anyways.

I don't really like tapatalk at all but now I'm stuck with it and gonna be drueling over your white label apps if offered I'm sure :(

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[quote name='Link2999' timestamp='1323317377']
If you're thinking about expanding to other platforms past iOS & Android, you should definitely consider WebOS. Right now WebOS is up there for leading platforms thanks to the whole WebOS Firesale.

The company that makes web OS, palm, filed for bankruptcy and was bought out by HP a while ago. HP has not done much with the operating system and it is currently not being put onto phones.
That said, HP has announced that that they plan to release source code. So I think IPS would have to see how that plays out before they decide the make the call on that. Right now I don't think it is a necessity.

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I agree, being a webos fan and having webos phones for over 2 years and currently.... I also own 2 touchpads. My hopes are that open source webos lands on some handsets by oems, but until then...I would just concentrate on ios, android, windows phone (maybe). Although webos with enyo designing is said to be easy to port to any other platform. We just don't know where webos will go, the next 6 months to a year will tell.

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