I've built a new website for my online comics.
The front-end is a custom standalone HTML page. The data about the comics is pulled in via JSON. Angular.js handles routing and binding the comics data so the visitor only sees one comic at a time.
A previous freelance developer built the routing, but wasn't able to implement the Angular.js equivalent of permalinks. Because it's a comics site, being able to share the specific SEF URL for a particular comic is super important. This is your job.
Some notes about the JSON object. It currently contains ALL of the comics data in one big lump. The freelance developer was able to set up the routing so it didn't need to fetch the data afresh each time the routing changed. He suggested this may not be conventional behaviour; I'm increasingly of the opinion this may not be a clever long-term approach - fetching one comics item per routing call might be a more appropriate approach as I create more comics each week. Let's discuss.
Also on the JSON object... each comics item contains its own SEF URL / alias.
You can see the test site here - [url removed, login to view]~luvcomic/test/
GitHub repo available on request. FTP details available for the winning candidate.
7 freelance font une offre moyenne de $51/heure pour ce travail
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