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    Question front end development for a web-software-difficult??

    Hello,
    I really need advise. If someone has an experience in a front-end development for a web-software, how hard this work is? I have a chance to take a job as a front-end developer for a software, but I am not sure if I can handle it. So far, i was front-developing web-sites only. The software will have around 274 pages. So at this point, I cant even imagine how would I go about doing it. I don't want to get into something that I will not be able to do.
    Thank you so much for your responses.

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    Before I write this I want you to know that I know nothing about your skills and I do not in any way try to humiliate you or something like that.

    But I think that you will find it very hard to develop this web application if you have no earlier knowledge about developing web applications.

    If you want us to be able to give you more advice it would be a good idea to write which engine this software will run on. For example: microsoft's .NET or Silverlight, Flash, Java or just the usual web languages like HTML, Javascript, PHP etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimutt View Post
    Before I write this I want you to know that I know nothing about your skills and I do not in any way try to humiliate you or something like that.

    But I think that you will find it very hard to develop this web application if you have no earlier knowledge about developing web applications.

    If you want us to be able to give you more advice it would be a good idea to write which engine this software will run on. For example: microsoft's .NET or Silverlight, Flash, Java or just the usual web languages like HTML, Javascript, PHP etc.
    To be honest, I don't know what engine this software will run on. I will find out, and get back to you.


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