We're new. We believe that what we have can change the way the world of consumers think - online and offline. So, we are looking for someone who we feel believes what we believe... is passionate about our company values and passionate about quality!
Come join us and make your mark!
Liffery is a collaborative research and wish-list tool for people and businesses.
At Liffery we have a keen interest to run a sustainable business from both, a social and environmental perspective and firmly believe that today's world of endless push-advertising and mindless consumerism should be coming to an end.
We're a remote team with fully flexible day time working hours, we have a product and a clear vision for what we want to achieve, coupled with a well structured product development system. We believe in company structures but without too much bureaucratic hierarchy, and with the right team we wish to strive for autonomy as much as possible. So while we definitely know how to work hard, we value time to wind down and restore energy just as much!
Confluence and Jira workflow You are already familiar with Bulma and Buefy Experience with OpenAPI (Swagger) and AsyncAPI Svelte in Typescript PWA Knowledge Unit (Jest) & e2e Testing (Nightwatch or Cypress) Experience with micro-service architecture in NodeJS Experience with MongoDB
Our front-end tech stack is VueJS and Svelte written in TypeScript with API consumers generated following Documentation Driven Development standards via Openapi. The current Vue component library used, for all 3 Vue apps, is Buefy. Svelte was chosen for a very particular use case and its ghost-like weightlessness was perfect for its application, but here we rolled our own components. The single main Vue app is also used for the iOS and Android apps using Capacitor.
Our back-end tech stack is an orchestration of independent TypeScript written NodeJS distributed systems talking to MongoDB Atlas and Redis databases with an internal event system coordinated via RabbitMQ. All data models for the APIs and RMQ event payloads are defined with OpenAPI and AsyncAPI, including socket to client data.