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React Native Developer

About the Company

Bit Canny Technologies Pvt. Ltd is expanding their Development Centre rapidly and are in the lookout for people to join them. You can read about our expansion plans in the following news articles.
The company and work is outstanding! If working on domains like home automation, voice control, Internet of Things excites you then you will want to apply for this job.
We follow development methodologies that are industry best. Yes, you will get to learn and improve your skills. Using Unit testing frameworks and code review from Seniors will make you a better developer – for sure.

Responsibilities

  • Work on React Native on the front end to create Android/iOS Apps.
  • Write NodeJS code in React native for the app logic. Write business logic using Reducers, Actions and Redux framework
  • Create Android/iOS specific UI for Mobile apps
  • Integrate with Native plugins or custom written plugins for specific platforms(Eg. Bluetoothplugins)
  • Write Modular, organized and robust code
  • Write Unit tests for your code

SKILLS REQUIRED

  • Sound knowledge of any type of mobile app development – Native(android/iOS) or Hybrid.
  • Previous knowledge of other frameworks like Phonegap, Ionic,etc would be an considered.
  • Ability to quickly learn React Native with Redux/Mobx.
  • Ability to write clean code.
  • Familiarity with version control management system(e.g. git)

QUALIFICATION

Candidate must have a BE/BTech/M Tech/MCA/BSc degree or equivalent.

COMPENSATION/SALARY

The remuneration will be highly rewarding for the right candidate.

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