2018 / Today
Betsfy is a platform that you can use to share sports betting tips. The front end is built on Vue.js 2 and consumes a decoupled API. The development team consists of 10 people, 3 of them taking care of the front-end. Betsfy works as a social network, including your timeline, your channel, your bank, competitions, betting comparator and user management. All the features are available in 7 languages. The project includes a very complete administration panel that is not publicly accessible.
Betsfy has a separate information website. It was initially developed using Wordpress, with plans to later integrate it into the platform. The day to do that integration has not yet come but, in the meantime, I have created a PHP script that generates a static site from the Wordpress site on a local server. In this way we can deploy a static site using Jenkins every time we need to make changes, with the advantage of having a very secure site without depending on updates and obtaining better performance.
There are two Betsfy satellite projects. A Vue.js 3 shopping platform to which tipsters can direct their customers, without using the social network. The other one is a web front adapted to work on machines installed in betting shops.
2014 / 2017
Tecnocom hired me as a freelancer to code HTML+CSS for the Carolina Herrera e-commerce web front. Tecnocom developed the logic and API requests and I worked on the UI/UX. The front-end was developed using AngularJS and SASS. The site now has a new front-end so this work is not publicly available anymore.
Tecnocom hired me as a freelancer to code HTML+CSS for the Bershka (Inditex) e-commerce web front. Tecnocom developed the logic and API requests and I worked on the UI/UX. The front-end was developed using AngularJS and SASS. The site now has a new front-end so this work is not publicly available anymore.
I worked on the Stradivarius (Iditex) e-commerce site as a part of a front-end squad at Tecnocom. My role in this project was the CSS Guy. It was a big challenge because we needed to support older browsers and therefore we couldn't use the flex model.
I worked on the Uterqüe (Iditex) e-commerce mobile site as a part of a front-end micro-squad at Tecnocom. My role in this project was the CSS Guy. Performance was the key in this project because mobile phones were way slower than nowadays.
2012 / 2013
SCORM course series developed for BBVA. I have also developed courses for other companies such as AXA and Transfesa, publishing on CSOD, SumTotal, Moodle and Wordpress platforms.