The pioneers of the crypto gaming universe, The Coingaming Group was founded in 2014 and operates the world’s leading Bitcoin-focused iGaming brands, including Bitcasino.io and Sportsbet.io.
Recognised for its growth as the TOP IT Company in Estonia 2020.
Our mantra of fun, fast and fair. The Coingaming Group is not your average corporate company. If you’re curious, creative and have a flair for innovation then this is an opportunity for you!
The team members come from the best gaming companies. They got attracted by the opportunity to build projects from scratch, to be able to decide on their own and have the freedom to create.
Company size: 400+
We’re looking for a Front-end Developer who can help us maintain the current version of comms.io as well as deliver the next cool features of comms.io!
What is comms.io?
Comms.io is a customer support tool, that provides a way to communicate customers of our sites with our customer support agents.
It consists of 2 main parts:
We’re a small team of 5 people who build and maintain all the codebase for comms.io.
We love React and Graphql with Apollo, and we’re building a design system with CSS-in-JS.
We’re really into performance and are constantly working towards making sure our chat loads fast regardless of your connection, your device and your geographical location!
On the backend, we’ve built our applications in Elixir. For storing data, we love PostgreSQL.
We need you to know how to build applications in React, have experience with the latest React features.
We’re moving towards Hooks, but have not fully migrated yet, so if you have experience, that’s a definite plus!
Also, experience with GraphQL is a huge advantage, because this is the only way we communicate with backend services.
You should definitely know all things CSS, namely how to build a layout with CSS Grid and flexbox, know how to use media queries to make a website responsive, how browsers use specificity to decide which CSS rules to apply in what order as well as how the position property works.
We love the idea of unit testing our frontend, but to be honest… we have no tests.
We’re a project that moves really fast, so automatic testing is something we plan to have but are not a priority at the moment.