A recipe for success: how Uber Engineering used React Native to optimize UberEATS' Restaurant Dashboard app for mobile.
Implementing QUIC protocol against TCP over cellular networks on our apps led to a reduction of 10-30 percent in tail-end latencies for HTTP traffic.
To determine if it made sense to adopt Kotlin for our Android monorepo, Uber's Mobile Engineering team measured Kotlin build performance at scale across a variety of project structures.
In November 2016 Uber unveiled a sleek new rider app. The app implements a new mobile architecture across both iOS and Android. In this article, Uber Engineering discusses why we felt the need to create a new architecture pattern, and how it helps us reach our goals.
Uber engineers outline how we came to the resource-intensive decision to rewrite, rather than migrate or update, our driver app.
In our continuing series about building our new driver app, Uber engineers discuss designing the architecture of the mobile app using RIBs, our open source mobile development framework.
Uber's new driver app leverages its offline mode along with a cash-drop system organized around restaurants so that Uber Eats customers can pay for deliveries with cash.
In our ongoing series about rewriting the Uber driver app, engineer Kevin Babcock explains how we built the connection between the app and the Uber Beacon device, which displays a color remotely selected through a rider's app.
What began as a means of showing Uber's driver-partners their real-time earnings quickly became an extensible means of communicating not just earnings, but also incentives and other useful information within our new driver app.
Many people around the world use Android phones based on hardware developed in 2015 and earlier. Uber engineers explain how they developed a lightweight rider app to serve this global audience.
In this article, we discuss how Uber Engineering designed m.uber, a lightweight web app that delivers a native app experience for riders on mobile browsers.
Uber's IT Engineering team scaled mobile device management on macOS by leveraging open source tools and custom API-driven Chef cookbooks.
Uber ATG Web Platform intern Anat Kleiman shares her advice for testing React version 16 components when altering application logic.
We redesigned the Uber Freight app with RIBs, our open source plugin architecture, to enable quicker feature rollouts and an improved user experience.
In our ongoing series about rewriting the Uber driver app, engineer Chris Haugli explains how we designed the map display to be resilient, and always show the most useful information.
Architecting the Uber driver app for Android, which needs to run for extended periods of time in the background, involved a unique idea where Activities and Services were not included in the structural foundations.
The Uber Engineering mobile team migrates to a monorepo that uses Buck to test and deploy iOS and Android code faster and more efficiently than ever before.
In our continuing series about building our new driver app, Uber engineers discuss building its Optimistic Mode feature, which lets the app continue functioning while traversing network lag areas.
Rather than shipping out our new driver app as a simple update to Android phones, Uber engineers delivered a dual binary package, enabling a safe and structured rollout of the new app while maintaining support for the previous version.
Uber Engineering built a new microservice to power Driver Profiles, an in-app platform that enhances the Uber experience by celebrating drivers.