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Code, Features, Infra

How to Branch by Abstraction with Feature Flags

Learn to branch by abstraction, a pattern used for making large-scale changes gradually while continuing to release your application, using feature flags

Lindsay Brunner
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Features, Industry Trends

RIP Release Night

Today we remember the release night.  We gather (virtually) today not to mourn the death of the release night, but to celebrate the inception of its replacement. Release nights were once a standard for software development teams to have a set date to release their software to their customers. In…

Talia Nassi
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Code, Features, Industry Trends

Test Styled Components in Your React App

The design of your application can define its success; therefore, as a developer, you need to think about how to organize your CSS to have the greatest impact. The traditional way to organize CSS files in your React app is to import them into each component that is using that…

Talia Nassi
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Company, Features

All Your Feature Data in One Place – Meet Data Hub

Data Hub combines our impressions view with new capabilities like data export and a single dashboard to view, query, and export feature flag and event data.

Sophie Harpur
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Features

4 Benefits of Feature Flags in Software Development

Feature flags have revolutionized software development by allowing features within a software product to be individually enabled or disabled at any point, even after they’ve already been rolled out to customers. Let’s look at some of the most important ways in which they can improve your ability to develop, test,…

Talia Nassi
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Features, Industry Trends

Feature Flags in the Software Release Life Cycle

Often when we hear the term Software Development Life Cycle, we think of agile frameworks.  In order to remain agile, we can apply similar procedures to the Software Release Life Cycle, or the process by which we move a product from coding into development. By applying the same principles to…

Talia Nassi
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Features, Industry Trends

The Difference Between A/B Testing and Multivariate Testing

A/B testing, otherwise known as split testing, is the process of testing two different versions of a web page, feature, user flow, or other resource in order to optimize for a metric or set of metrics (often conversion rate). Multivariate tests are run with a higher number of variables and…

Talia Nassi
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Features, Industry Trends, Infra

Did Feature Flags Kill the Canary?

The increased usage of feature flags and canary releases (also “canary deployments”) in software development has had a tremendous impact on the overall release process for software companies globally. These canaries and feature flags allow you to test your features in production , convert your monolith to microservices, perform A/B…

Talia Nassi
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Features

Not All Connections are Created Equal: Introducing Streaming Architecture

The ability to immediately propagate changes to SDKs is important to many customers, so we decided to invest in a real-time streaming architecture.

Pato Echague

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