I've been flooded with questions about how and where to find programmers to work with FB API, coders for various arbitration tasks, just layout designers, and how to write TORs. Let's get to the bottom of it!
It's supposed to be full range of functionsThe functions you want the software to do. Functions can and should be grouped into categories. You should describe everything, everything, everything, because things that seem obvious to you are not fucking obvious to a programmer. You can take your entire workflow and describe: what is input, what manipulations are performed, and what should be output.
Something like: "you need to get a list of domains from Freenom via API, then add each domain to your Cloudflare account, and bind the domains to the IP address we need".
It is desirable to draw the interface, even with a pen on a piece of paper in squares. Every screen. Because nobody but you will know how to make it comfortable for you.
Which language should I choose?
If you need to automate your work in the browser, ZennoPoster or Browser Automation Studio (BAS) are usually used for this purpose. If you want to automate your work in the browser, you usually use ZennoPoster or Browser Automation Studio (BAS).
What skills do you need to have?
The programmer should have the following skills: 3-5 years of experience with the language, ability to work with REST APIs, if there is experience with Facebook APIs - that's a plus. Also a plus is some knowledge of marketing to understand the process faster.
If you have no experience with Facebook, you will need to be able to read technical documentation in English, be able to work with Chrome Developer Tools, knowledge of the HTTP protocol: POST and GET requests.
Where to look?
The best place to look for programmers is on upwork.comso write the TOR in English and send all the Indians who will submit bids to the woods, because the quality of code they have monstrous.
If you are not good with English, I will recommend two Russian-language exchanges:
If you can't imagine the cost of future development, hire people on an hourly basis, but ask the coder for an estimate beforehand and estimate whether you are ready for such expenses. I predict that the estimate will be exceeded by 30 percent.
Automate the routine and pour in the plus, gentlemen)