RequireJS Development Services
Searching for a RequireJS programmer for your idea? You definitely came to the appropriate club. “EchoUA” presents IT staffing services and project based development. We gladly help you to find the relevant dev or a team for remote cooperation. All our programmers are accomplished specialists skilled in building personalized apps using the modern technologies, including REQUIREJS, LAMP, Ionic, Ember.js, Matlab, STL, Socket.io, Agile, Odoo, Meteor, VOIP. You can also hire us as a RequireJS development partner and delegate full-cycle development services to us.
WHY YOU SHOULD WORK WITH US :
- First-class Ukrainian coders with more than 3 yrs of commercial experience.
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- Adjustable contract with simple bi-weekly billing.
We help you execute your plans by preparing reliable RequireJS coders who can contribute to your side and promptly start delivering high-quality service. Contact us and review the CVs of software engineers available for hire right now. Also, you can read “RequireJS Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 RequireJS Programmers in February 2018
1 Bohdan S.,Age: 31, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS (jQuery), JS (Require)
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2 Vladislav A.,Age: 26, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: UX/UI, JS (Require)
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3 Andrei B.,Age: 25, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS (Require)
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4 Pavel P.,Age: 24, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS (jQuery), JS (Backbone), JS (Require)
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5 Stanislav B.,Age: 24, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: PHP, JS, JS (Node), PHP (Yii), JS (Require), JS (Underscore)
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Questions and Answers related to RequireJS Development
“RequireJS themselves have a great explanation of this on their site : Why Web Modules? In general it helps you load your scripts and manage dependencies between them. This will help you with performance and organizing and maintaining your code. If you have a small site and know it will stay that way, then RequireJS will probably be overkill. RequireJS helps when you know your js code will grow overtime…”
“Love it, for so many reasons: simple; easy to refactor whole frontend by using aliases for modules in your config file; tight and clear control of dependencies and loading order; define statements are a gentle reminder that you are working on frontend not backend JS; r.js optimizer can create one deployment file for a single entry point SPA or multiple deployment files for a multiple entry point SPA; hot reloading frontend static assets is super easy with RequireJS and not very easy with Browserify and Webpack…”
“Pros: good code splitting support, number of requests is a problem during initial page load, afterwards loading up 1 JS file and 1 AJAX request for extra functionality isn’t so bad. Luckily the rjs optimizer allows for bundling up the initial page load’s JS files and it lets you bundle up subsequent bundles. The downside is that you need to figure out this strategy on your own. In our system we look for all files called `app.js` or `component_async.js` and exclude them from being bundled into one another…”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.