Engineering Blog Articles
With updates to the Uber API, developers have the tools they need to build moving experiences.
New data from our partner Button shows that a contextually relevant deep link leads to great return engagement!
Uber API integration with leading transportation technology provider TransLoc creates a new standard in public transit and private technology collaboration.
We’re excited to announce a collaboration with MedStar Health to help ensure reliable and convenient rides to medical appointments.
We’re excited to see what you’ll build in Beijing!
As 2015 comes to a close, we wanted to reflect on all of the amazing things we’ve accomplished together.
Uber is now connecting with enterprise messaging.
Today we’re excited to announce the first version of a new kind of button — the official Uber Ride Request Button.
The Uber API team sponsored a coding bootcamp in Hawaii in partnership with DevLeague .
We’re proud to announce that we’ve partnered with Practo, the leading healthcare platform in Asia.
Ready to take an Uber ride with Slack?
We look forward to UberKITTENS with immense anticipation every year, and we know our users do too.
Starting today, developers can use the Uber API to set a reminder for a future trip using the new Ride Reminders API.
Empowering developers to build moving experiences using the Uber API is a key part of our mission of transportation.
HackingEDU’s mission has remained unchanged: to inspire the next generation of college students to solve the problems that restrict today’s educational system.
With Remote Beta’s diverse demographic, developers were challenged to use the Uber API to create an experience that would simplify day-to-day tasks for users in the community.
Our team partnered with TechCabal to encourage Nigerian app developers to participate in our global hackathon.
Uber hosted its second onsite hackathon with MakerSquare with the challenge of building an app using the Uber API within 24 hours.
Uber is teaming up with Code Fellows to support aspiring developers in Seattle, Portland, and Chicago.
We’re excited to announce a few updates to our developer dashboard as part of our ongoing commitment to find new ways to support the developer community.