Keystone flags deliver all the safety benefits of feature flagging while minimizing the cruft that those same feature flags can add to your code.
By adding some custom extensions to Jest you can test your feature-flagged code in a declarative, expressive way.
By focusing on feature flag flow, teams can reap the full benefits of feature flagging while also keeping the number of active flags to a manageable level.
A kill switch is a tool that allows anyone on your team to turn off a feature in production with the click of a button. For example, let’s say you have a new banner on your e-commerce site informing users of free shipping. After you release it to production, you…
In this tutorial, you will create a reactive web service using Spring Boot and Spring Webflux, with a little help from Spring Initializr and HTTPie.
Creating, maintaining, and deploying your React app can be frustrating if you’re not taking advantage of modern tooling. However, with the hundreds of thousands of tools out there, it can be overwhelming to decide which ones to use. With the end goal of making feature development and coding as smooth…
In this tutorial you’re going to create a CoffeeBot app. The app will have a Vue.js client and a Spring Boot resource server, bootstrapped using JHipster.
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