Fixed Price: Not Sure
| Posted: 11h, 49m ago | Ends: 14d, 12h |
I need a simple text editor where you can only write forward (no backspace, no editing) until you hit a pre-defined word count goal. Then it unlocks and allows you to edit your document. This is the first in a sequence of very simple apps for creative people - each with a unique twist. If you provide good support, code documentation, and we get along, this will lead to other projects. I have been working with startups for over a decade and can provide all design elements. (A plus if you believe you can also make an Android and Web version of this app; not for this project but perhaps in the future.) Type of application development required: New Application Integration requirements: Standalone Application Purpose or functionality of application: - Ability to set word count goal - Only write forwards (no backspace or other options except Save) - *Markdown* compatible formatting - Once hit word count goal, screen unlocks to enable editing Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX...
Category: Software Application
Preferred Location: North America, Eastern Asia
Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: Jul 01, 2015 | Closed |
****WE ALREADY HAVE A SCRIPT IN R-STUDIO THAT DOES ALL OF THE FOLLOWING. WHAT WE NEED NOW IS TO MAKE A SMALL EDIT TO OUR SCRIPT TO BE COMPATIBLE WITH A NEW EXCEL TEMPLATE**** **Attached is the script we are currently using. We just need to edit it to work with arbitrary number of columns with different headers** We have multiple choice questions stored in Excel that we want to convert into PDF form. This is for the purpose of previewing, because everything we have in Excel is written in markdown. That means that we use LaTex and designate it with double-dollar signs like: $$Some Latex$$ So we want a script that can do the following: 1) Be run easily on both OSX and Windows, where we just need to specify the Excel file to convert via a path or by dragging the file onto the application. 2) Convert the Excel file into a PDF document by iterating through each column with a header and each row. 3) Each row is separated in the PDF by a line (as shown in the sample output) 4) The hea...
Category: Web Programming