Question: What backend does Tinder use?

Tinder uses AWS amplify to build and test mobile applications, MongoDB for DB, and Redis for caching and in-memory database.

What is the backend of Tinder?

Backend. To create a Tinder-like app for dating you would need three key elements: design, app itself (iOS, Android, or both) and API. This could be a great option along with certain real-time API to provide fast data transfer. The core of a dating app like Tinder consists of user management, chatting and notifications

Does Tinder use cloud?

Tinder ingests 40TBs of data a day into its analytics and ML systems to power matches, which are underpinned by AWS cloud services. Jacques says that Tinder knows from its data that the primary driver for who you match is photos.

How do you search profiles on tinder?

You can only search for a specific person on Tinder if youre matched with that person. To search for someone in your match list, tap the message bubble icon on the main screen > press and pull down on the screen until a search bar appears > type that persons name in the search bar.

Does tinder use a graph database?

Tinder worked with ObjectRocket to scale and grow into the app it is today. MongoDB, the NoSQL database, has part of the architecture since day one. Mongo is simple to set up, Ogle said. Today, ObjectRocket hosts MongoDB databases, such as the one that matches people.

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