Looking for new front-end challenges, fresh tech-stack and global clients to work with? Join AppUnite, a software house based in Poznań, Poland, that caters tech solutions to clients all over US, Europe and Asia since 2010.
We are looking for quick to learn front-end developers to extend our team of 100+ people.
Working at AppUnite, you will:
Architect and develop web applications in modern ECMAScript and/or TypeScript,
Use modern React or Vue tech stack (depending on your preference / the project):
React: React 16.8+ (with hooks and contexts), Redux, Next, Styled Components, Jest + Enzyme, Storybook, Webpack.
Cooperate with creatives, business, and engineers alike,
Create code that is correct according to current accessibility and SEO rules (we care about ARIA attributes),
Follow best practices for writing, reviewing and deploying good code:
We use JIRA/ClickUp for tasks management,
Code is formatted with Prettier and linted with ESLint,
Any changes to the code are submitted via PRs,
Each PR has to be reviewed by at least one other developer or Pair Programmed,
We have CI set up, that runs lint, unit and integration tests for each commit, and deploys current master to the staging automatically,
UI components are documented in Storybook, that our designers and business people can access at any moment,
We do pair programming from time to time,
We test everything we can do with unit tests using Jest + Enzyme and E2E tests using Cypress,
Visual design is tested automatically with visual regression testing tools like Happo,
Accessibility rules are tested,
Business functionalities are tested by our own QAs,
Designs are well prepared beforehand by professional designers and exported to Zeplin/Abstract.
Good knowledge of React framework,
Good knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3 APIs,
Experience in styling with solutions like Styled Components/CSS Modules/PostCSS/Sass/Less,
(nice to have) Experience with modern front-end workflows: git flow, project management tools, unit and E2E testing, build tools, REST APIs, CLIs, CI/CD,
(nice to have) Managing complex application state with Redux/Vuex is nothing new to you - you have a passionate opinion on how the application you are working on should ideally look like, but you’re not too dogmatic about it so as not to ignore the business needs.