Developer Chris Janson, a freelancer based in Australia, recently gave a tutorial on the ropes of coding for real estate developers, and he hopes that you’ll find it useful to learn how to code for the next generation of developers.
Chris Janson is a freelance web developer who works as an architect and consultant.
In recent years, he has been able to use his coding skills to help businesses improve their services.
His passion for software development is so great that he has made several projects that use his skills to improve the quality of life for many.
In his latest project, Chris gave an interview to the ABC about his journey to get his real estate app working on Android and iOS devices.
In this episode of the Next Web podcast, Chris discusses his experience working with developers at a real estate developer in Australia.
We also discuss how to build a simple application that can be used by any developer, and how you can get started building apps with the next wave of developers on the horizon.
Chris has spent the last decade developing a real-time online brokerage service called Zillow.
This is a platform that allows users to book properties, compare prices, view inventory and more.
For a small fee, the user can also create a profile and access detailed information about the property, such as the location, history, history of sales, and much more.
This is an example of a Zillotick listingChris Jansson’s project is called Zilow, and it is built on the Zillaboom open source framework that makes real estate apps.
Zilow was originally built for real-estate developers in Australia and New Zealand.
Since then, the project has expanded to include a wide range of services and features.
However, Chris Jansson is still the only developer to have developed Zilotow for Android and a web browser.
In this podcast, we explore the challenges that Chris faced to build Ziloth, and Chris talks about what his experience has taught him about the process of developing apps for the Android platform.
Zillow has a great community, but Chris Jagger says that it’s important to know the ins and outs of developing for mobile first, so we can start from scratch.
In a future episode, we’ll explore more of Chris’ experience with developing apps and the pitfalls and advantages of doing so.
Chris is a developer and web developer by trade, so he’s got a lot of experience working in the real-life industry.
For this podcast episode, he’s sharing some of the lessons that he’s learned with a couple of other developers.
If you’re interested in learning more about real estate and real estate software, check out this recent episode of The Next Wave podcast that talks about the new real estate market and the opportunities that come with it.