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Senior User Interface Developer

Mountain View, CA | Engineering

Job Description

About Us:


Instart Logic enables brilliant, interactive and radically faster web experiences with a cloud-based solution built thinking Mobile First that uses client-side intelligence to stream web applications to users. As a result it dramatically reduces the time end users take to experience web sites and applications which increases user engagement, search rank, productivity and revenue.



As the Senior UI Developer you will be responsible for building the next generation UI for Instart’s groundbreaking Application Streaming Network. You will work with a UI team with dedicated design and QA resources that collaborates closely with a core team of back-end developers building RESTful APIs through AJAX calls. As a senior member of this team, you will be required to drive a variety of interesting and business-critical projects including building a fast, slick and extensible self-provisioning UI that allows customers to manage web app performance, do complex configuration management and deliver big-data visualizations that provide rich real time analytics to the customers.


  • You are an excellent UI Engineer with 5+ years of experience.
  • You have strong fundamental skills writing modern HTML/HTML5, CSS, Java and JavaScript that is reusable, extendable and testable.
  • You are an expert at writing applications using single page MVC frameworks such as GWT, AngularJS, Ext JS, Backbone, Bootstrap, YUI, jQuery or Ember.js
  • You have a meticulous eye for design and a proven track record of building highly polished usable applications.
  • You have the ability to build out responsive UI's.


  • 1+ years in the GWT (Google Web Toolkit),  framework
  • Knowledge of Java application servers (Tomcat/JBoss)
  • Knowledge of Selenium
  • Experience with web interaction design
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