Flutter at G Tech Solutions

Posted 4 weeks ago
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Rs15,000 - Rs15,000 per month
Application ends: January 26, 2022
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Job Description


G Tech Solutions

The ideal candidate will be familiar with the full software design life cycle. They should have experience in designing, coding, testing and consistently managing applications. They should be comfortable coding in Flutter and have the ability to test code in order to maintain high-quality code. There is an aspect of maintenance and support and also new functionality development. This will be a largely self-managed role, so being a self-starter and having organizational skills is a must. As well as, the ability to self-manage and work independently.


• Should design and develop advanced applications in the flutter platform.

• Should have experience in handling User-friendly UI based on requirements in Flutter.

• Should know in Flutter, Dart, Swift Program Language, Google API, and Rest API.

• Develop a complete Flutter application that integrates logins

• Complete the deployment process of the application

• Create multi-platform apps for iOS/Android using Flutter… development framework.

• Integrate user-interfaces elements developed by other developers

• Build user interfaces designed by UI/UX designers

• Build reusable code and libraries for future use

• Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability

• Cross-platform mobile app developers who have developed mobile apps with familiarity with Flutter

• Mobile app architecture planning

• Experienced in memory management and in designing high-performance apps


• Experience required – 2 years

• Excellent organization skills, attention to detail, and ability to multi-task.

• Demonstrated sense of responsibility and capability to deliver quickly.

• Excellent communication skills. Clearly articulating and documenting technical and functional specifications is a key requirement.

• Proactive problem-solver.

• Hands-on experience in using RESTful APIs

• Good knowledge of adding third-party libraries