I need a library that will read and write FNMA 3.2 files. This library will also return the number of errors, if any, while parsing/reading the file. All fields must be supported, and an appropriate object model created that matches the data in the file.? This utility will run as part of a web application so it will need to be thread safe.
Required development language: Node.js developer must understand the FNMA 3.2 file format.
Project Details: I have residential loan application data that I need to share with others. We will do this via a FNMA 3.2 file. The library needs to have an object model that my application can populate and then call a method on an object that will write the data correctly to a file.I will also need to be able to read the FNMA 3.2 file, and get not just the loan application data but all data that can be stored in the FNMA 3.2 file. I expect that I could call an object's method to read a file and return an (complex) object containing all of the data.I will write JUnit test cases for my acceptance testing. I expect that the developer will use testing to validate the functionality before submitting to me for acceptance testing.
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i am a lead .NET software engineer and responsible for creating a web and desktop applications using different languages and technologies if u r interested just send me a message thank you and good luck
Hello there, I have just gone through your project details and understood the requirements. Please initiate a chat with me so that we can discuss on the same.. Thanks Indra
Hello Nice to met you. I'm full stack developer with experience working on XML/Java. Please contact me if you are looking a expert on XML. I'm looking forward hearing from you. Thank You Christine
Hello, This is Dmitry from Russia, an Experienced NodeJS Developer with 2+ years experience. FNMA file format is very familiar with my node development. Hope to discuss more in detail. Regards, Dmitry.