Mobile Articles

  • linkedinlitept21

    LinkedIn Lite: A Server-Side Rendered PWA

    July 11, 2018

    A couple of months ago, we shared details about LinkedIn Lite's architecture, its evolution as a light-weight mobile web experience, and how it became a huge success in emerging markets. As a pure server-side rendered web app, it was fast, but it wasn’t providing a good user experience. If a member was viewing their feed and had scrolled beyond the first page,...

  • LinkedInLite1

    LinkedIn Lite: A Lightweight Mobile Web Experience

    March 22, 2018

    The opportunity in India India is a mobile-first country, with 71% of the population having only a mobile internet connection and accessing the internet only via mobile.  Also, 85% of the mobile population accesses the internet on an Android device, with UCWeb being the preferred browser of choice followed by Chrome and Opera respectively. LinkedIn India has...

  • mobilecrash1

    Mobile Crash Reporting at LinkedIn

    May 4, 2017

    Let’s start this post with a little history. In November 2015, the mobile team was looking for a solution that would give a good picture of how LinkedIn apps performed with respect to crashes. We had an internal tool to visualize crash data, but the UX was not good enough to help developers fix crashes and did not have adequate information to gauge the impact of...

  • feature1

    Open Sourcing Dex Test Parser

    February 10, 2017

    Part of LinkedIn’s 3x3 pipeline for building and releasing mobile applications involves making the cycle for testing changes to the...

  • bluepill1

    Open Sourcing Bluepill: Run iOS Tests in Multiple Simulators

    January 18, 2017

    Testing is a key component of LinkedIn’s 3x3 strategy. As we continue improving our iOS continuous delivery pipeline, we are faced...

  • livetesting1

    Pemberly at LinkedIn

    December 2, 2016

    Coauthors: Sarah Clatterbuck, Mark Pascual, Chad Hietala, Eugene O’Neill When setting out to re-imagine our flagship app and desktop...