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2020 Hindsight: Building Reliability and Innovating at DoorDash

DoorDash recaps a number of its engineering highlights from 2020, including its microservices architecture, data platform, and new frontend development.

Read More Wayne Cunningham
Mobile Web

Implementing Theming in DoorDash’s Design Language System

Adding the concept of Theming to DoorDash's design language system made it easier for engineers to use standardized design elements in all of our products.

Read More Lindsey Menges
Web

Building the Caviar Web Experience Using Reusable React Components on the DoorDash Platform

After DoorDash's acquisition of Caviar, we revised our web architecture to run two experiences off one platform.

Read More Hana Um
General Web

Things to Keep in Mind When Integrating a Map Feature to a Web App

Lessons for developing a fast, flexible, and scalable map feature on web

Read More Ying-Chun Wang
Backend Web

How we Designed Road Distances in DoorDash Search

By Richard Hwang and Aamir Manasawala, Software Engineers One of our goals at DoorDash is to surface to consumers a wide range of stores that are quickly deliverable to their given address. This process involves calculating accurate road distances for each store-consumer pair in our real-time search pipeline. Our earlier blog post about recommendations for search primarily ...

Read More Richard Hwang
Mobile Web

Why We Use KIF-Quick for User Interface Tests

At DoorDash our engineering teams are constantly building out new code to improve our user interface (UI) on iOS. Recently, we developed our own unique testing system that combines a framework called Keep it Functional with Quick, a behavior-driven development framework. We have seen that our KIF-Quick system provides the very best testing results and are proud ...

Read More Paul Zabelin

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