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Uber Ride Request Widget

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Embed the Uber experience in your app in a few lines code

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Chris Messina
@chrismessinaΒ Β· πŸ† PH Community Member of the Year!
Previously, to integrate Uber into your app you had to either use Deep Links to hand off to the Uber app or create your own experience around the stages of the ride (waiting, pickup, dropoff, etc). With the Ride Request Widget, you can embed the entire experience directly into your app with just a few lines of code. Seriously, this is how easy it is: https:… See more

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Chris Messina
@chrismessinaΒ Β· πŸ† PH Community Member of the Year!
Previously, to integrate Uber into your app you had to either use Deep Links to hand off to the Uber app or create your own experience around the stages of the ride (waiting, pickup, dropoff, etc). With the Ride Request Widget, you can embed the entire experience directly into your app with just a few lines of code. Seriously, this is how easy it is: https:… See more
Aaron Saunders
@aaronksaundersΒ Β· Clearly Innovative Inc
Pretty cool seamless integration of uber service
Paul Tomkinson
@paultomkinsonΒ Β· Founder, Textras
Adding. :)
Ari Weinstein
@arixΒ Β· Founder, Workflow
This is awesome! Why write the SDK in Swift, though? Including any Swift code in an app causes the entire Swift runtime to be included in the app (which makes it larger and slower to download), so this is a tough pill to swallow for those of us who haven't adopted Swift yet. On the other hand, Objective-C APIs can be used from Swift just fine without any run… See more
Danny Pizarro
@dpizΒ Β· Mixstir
Very nice! Curious as to how many people using the @button integration will consider moving over