Uber built and open sourced nebula.gl, a tool set for full-featured geospatial editing in the web browser, to better visualize large-scale data sets.
Improving the performance and developer velocity for the Uber Eats web application involved a complete rewrite, developing a new architecture and using Fusion.js.
Uber's Destination:Web meetup series gives great insight about the most current web building tools and techniques. These three videos from Uber presenters offer tips on a mysterious design pattern, the Elm language, and Progressive Enhancement.
In this short tutorial, we show you how to build a Hello World! application using Fusion.js, an open source universal web framework suitable for building interactive web applications.
Uber developed Maze, our funnel visualization platform, to identify possible UX bottlenecks and provide insight into the various ways riders and drivers interact with our platform.
To ring in the New Year, the Uber Engineering Blog shares some of our editor's picks for 2017.
Uber Engineering built Denial by DNS, our open source solution for preventing DoS by DNS outages, to facilitate more reliable experiences on Uber's apps, no matter how users choose to access them.
Uber Engineering introduces Michelangelo, our machine learning-as-a-service system that enables teams to easily build, deploy, and operate ML solutions at scale.
Uber Engineering's Data Visualization Team and ATG built a new web-based platform that helps engineers and operators better understand information collected during testing of its self-driving vehicles.
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.
A behind-the-scenes look at how Uber Engineering continues to develop our virtual onboarding funnel which enables hundreds of thousands of driver-partners to get on the road and start earning money with Uber.