Elite Ionic Developers

Elite Ionic Developers

  • Vetted 4+ hours of tests and interviews
  • Hire within 3-5 days, not months
  • Pay only if satisfied
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How we work
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    Tell us the skills you need

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    We find the best talent for you

    Get a list of pre-vetted candidates within days.
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    Schedule interviews

    Meet and select the developers you like.
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Remote Ionic Developers
who are easy to work with

Our 8-point assessment evaluation ensures that every Ionic Developers you interview exceeds expectations across technical, cultural, and language criteria.
  • Experienced
    Experienced Engineers have strong technical skills and years of software development experience.
  • Professional
    Professional Engineers are committed to excellence, integrity, and reliability. They all have remote work experience.
  • Native and bilingual
    Native & bilingual speakers Engineers communicate effectively in English, both written and verbal.
  • Adaptable
    Adaptable Engineers thrive on change and challenge. They stay on the bleeding edge of technological development.
  • U.S. and E.U. Time zones
    U.S. and E.U. Time zones Engineers work in U.S. and E.U. to make collaboration simple and straightforward.
  • exciting to feel supported by TalentHaus and do what I love while experiencing new challenges
    "It's exciting to feel supported by TalentHaus and do what I love while experiencing new challenges." Jakub Senior NodeJS Developer
  • At TalentHaus we can feel part of a place where each of us is appreciated for who we really are
    "At TalentHaus we can feel part of a place where each of us is appreciated for who we really are." Luminita UI/UX Designer
  • amazing to work with such talented people who respect me, set an example, and help me grow
    "It's amazing to work with such talented people who respect me, set an example, and help me grow." Farkas Devops Engineer

Building Your Dream Team: The Complete Ionic Hiring Guide

When you’re first starting out with your new app idea, hiring developers (or anyone else, for that matter) can feel like something of an impossible task. You might feel like you don’t even have enough experience to do the job yourself yet, never mind hiring someone else to do it for you. In fact, hiring developers is one of the most overwhelming aspects of getting your app off the ground. If you’re not sure where to start or what sort of developer would be best for your project, finding the right people at the right price can seem somewhat impossible. However, hiring a team is far from impossible, and here’s why: There are over 18 million businesses in America alone. If you can’t find someone to work with on your app in the first place, it might be because they’re all locked away in their own private offices somewhere! Let’s look at some great ways to get started on hiring the team you need for your new app idea...
Hiring for your new app idea: Know what you need!
Before you even think about where to find developers, you need to know what you need from them. This means knowing everything about your app and its features. You need to know what your app does, what it looks like, what it costs, and how it works. This will help you to identify exactly what you need from your team of developers, and what kind of people you need to hire in order to get the job done. For example, if your app needs to connect to an API, you’ll want to make sure you hire a developer who can do that for you. If your app needs to connect to a database, you’ll need a developer with database experience. And if your app needs to send push notifications, you’ll need a developer who can handle that, too.
Use a service like Codementor to test potential candidates
If you’re looking at hiring a freelance developer, one great way to test their skills and find out what they’re capable of is to use a service like Codementor. Codementor is a project-based mentoring platform for hiring developers to help you grow your product. It’s not a job board where you post a job and then hope for the best when it comes to who applies and what they’re able to deliver; it lets you pick a developer to work with you on a project-by-project basis, so you can see what they’re capable of, and they can see what you need done. With Codementor, you’ll be able to see if the developer you’re interested in hiring is a good fit for your project, and they can test you out to see if you’re a good fit for them. It’s great for both parties, as you can make sure you’re hiring someone who is a good fit for your project, and they can make sure you’re a good fit for theirs.
Look for remote-only developers
Many developers are now working solely from home, and many of those would be happy to work with you remotely. This can make hiring them easier, as you don’t need to travel to their location and you don’t need to find a location for them to work from. You can work with a remotely-based developer wherever you are, and they can work from wherever they are. Remote-only developers also often work for less than those who need to be paid a salary, as they’re not paying any rent or other living costs. You can find remote-only developers online on websites like Upwork, or you can find them locally on services like Craigslist. Be sure to filter your search for remote-only developers when looking for potential candidates, and you could save yourself a lot of unnecessary hassle.
Find local developers in your area
Many developers are also happy to work locally. If you want to hire someone who is based in your city, you’ll have a much easier time finding them and making sure they’re a fit for your team. You can find local developers on websites like Indeed or on Craigslist. However, you may find that it’s harder to filter based on skills, as you won’t be able to see what languages or technologies they’ve worked with in the past. Because of this, hiring locally gives you fewer options, and you may find that you have fewer candidates to choose from.
Ask to speak with a developer’s previous clients before hiring them
You never know how a developer will work out until they start working on your project. Before hiring any developer, you should ask to speak with their previous clients, and you should also ask to see examples of their previous work. This will help you to determine if they’re a good fit for your project, and it will also help you to figure out what they can deliver. If they refuse to let you speak to their previous clients, or if they refuse to show you examples of their work, you may want to reconsider hiring them. This doesn’t mean they’re definitely not a good fit for your project or that they’ll do a bad job, but it could be a red flag.
Don’t pay up front, and don’t hire anyone who asks you to.
Always pay for your development work as you go. Don’t pay for it all up front, and don’t hire anyone who asks you to. If you must pay for the work up front, break it down as best you can so that you don’t have to pay out a large sum at once. For example, if you have a budget of $20,000 for your app development, break it down into $2,000 payments over a few months. This will let you pay the developer as they finish various parts of the project, making it more likely that they’ll stick around to finish everything and that they’ll do a good job. If they ask you to pay them up front, or if they ask you to pay a large sum all at once, they may not be trustworthy, and they may not be able to finish the work.
Building a dream team for your app idea is easier than you think. All you need to do is find the best people for the job and make sure they’re a good fit for your project. This can be done by knowing what you need from your team before hiring, using a service like Codementor to test potential candidates, looking for remote-only developers, finding local developers in your area, asking to speak with a developer’s previous clients before hiring them, and not paying up front, or hiring anyone who asks you to. So get out there, and start hiring for your app idea!
Frequently asked questions
What is the no-risk trial period for TalentHaus Ionic Developers?
The purpose of the two-week no-risk trial period is to start working with the developers and include them in the team. If you are satisfied with the developers, you keep working with them and pay their salary including the first two weeks. But, if you are not satisfied during the trial period, then you won’t pay anything.
Is there demand for Ionic Developers?
There is a demand for Ionic Developers amongst companies. As per the recruiting platform Devskiller, 72% of companies are looking to hire Ionic Developers. If you plan on getting the best Ionic Developers who is comfortable working in your timezone at half a price, try TalentHaus.com
How do I hire Ionic Developers?
If you are finding it challenging to hire a good Ionic Developers, reach out to TalentHaus, a deep jobs platform that will source out the best candidates for your company from the talent available across the world in just a few days at a decent price.
How does TalentHaus vet remote Ionic Developers?
TalentHaus developers goes through our automated seniority assessment test comprising 57 calibrated questions in 5 areas — project impact, engineering excellence, communication, people, and direction.
For which other skills can I hire remote developers from TalentHaus?
With TalentHaus, you can hire the best remote developers for 40+ skills such as React, Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React Native, Android, Java, Rails, Golang, PHP, Vue, DevOps, Machine Learning, etc. TalentHaus also offers developers based on tech stack and seniority.

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