Uber is a name synonymous with most riders when it comes to ridesharing and hailing so as to say and has over the years gone onto becoming a billion dollar industry.
Here’s all that you need to know about the same.
All about Uber
Since 2009 Uber has gone onto helping riders all over the world get access to quick ride services that have been made available to them at the tap of a few buttons on their respective device so as to say.
Also it has helped the drivers at the same time to do their daily tasks in a smooth and swift manner and through the same earn a good sum of money along the way.
So now that you know about the app let us observe the tech stack that goes into ensuring the ride services through it remains swift and efficient.
Tech Stack Used for Uber
The first task of any ridesharing app is to help the drivers and the riders both to track the whereabouts of each other and that has been made easily possible with Uber through the inbuilt navigation feature so as to say.
Next we come to the utilization of advanced technologies for the location. The same is done using Google Maps and Waze. The two help the riders and drivers both to locate the whereabouts of each other and the former most importantly to find the exact time of arrival of the driver.
Next for the messaging we have the inbuilt SMS Gateway that in turn helps the riders and drivers both to communicate seamlessly with each other directly through the app itself through the messaging services so as to say.
Finally we have many payment options and payment gateways like Paypal and Braintree integrated into the app which in turn helps the riders to seamlessly pay for the rides that they book in a seamless and swift manner so as to say and thereafter travel with utmost convenience and ease from one location to the other.
So in short these are some of the technology stack and the tech that go into making Uber. In short, these go into ensuring swift ride services for the riders, ensure that the riders can book the rides in a swift as well as smooth manner and finally help the drivers in turn to do their daily tasks with considerable ease, track the location of the rider in a seamless manner, and through the same earn a good sum of money along the way.
Finally through the tech stack that has been mentioned above also the ridesharing company Uber has been successful in building a strong online presence, help the riders and drivers both in their booking and operational purpose and through all these in turn earn a good sum of money along the way.
So, if you are considering build an app like Uber ensure to have these tech stack present. This in turn will ensure swift ride services through it at all times and finally help you build a strong online presence and earn a good sum of profit along the way.