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Key Required Skills HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Web Components frameworks?Position Description Front End Developer with extensive experience on enterprise solutions. The candidate must have strong solution design skills and the ability to document, communicate, and implement the designs patterns they utilize. The candidate must have the ability to write technical white papers and document the design of proposed and new system, as well as reverse engineering existing systems.The candidate must possess strong oral and written communications skills in order to clearly and effectively convey issues, reports, and other deliverables.The candidate shall have extensive experience in developing, maintaining, and supporting applications and computer/network operating system and other system software. Has prime accountability for major projects and will develop detailed and robust requirements, code, test, and implement proposed systems.??Detailed Skills Requirements???? Required:High proficiency with HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScriptExperience with CSS preprocessors, such as Less (preferred) or Sass.Experience with Javascript-based templating, such as Nunjucks (preferred), Handlebars, Moustache, et. al.Experience with Web Components frameworks, such as W3C Web Components, Vue.js (preferred), Polymer, Angular, React, Preact, Riot, et. al.J2EE?Desired:Experience with ES6Struts 2GitExperience with package managers, such as NPM, Webpack, Browserify, et. al.Experience with some type of task runner, such as Gulp (preferred), Grunt, et. al.Experience with Test-Driven Development (TDD) and a JavaScript-based testing framework, such as Selenium (preferred), Cucumber, Mocha, Jasmine, QUnit, et. al.Experience with headless browser automation tools, such as Nightwatch (preferred), PhantomJS, et. al.?Education Bachelor?s degree from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education. 11 years of IT experience?Call Ajay @949-208-1599 - provided by Dice
HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Web Components frameworks


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