ITERATE WITHOUT DEPLOYING CODE
Dynamic Configurations provide an easy, flexible way to control components of your software features (like text, colors, or even back-end configs) without a deployment.
Iterate in real-time and reduce time-to-market for changes
Personalize experience for different user segments
Experiment with variables without hard coding and see what works best
Reduce release coordination and empower less technical resources to pitch in
Remote Configuration of Variables Made Accessible
Dynamic configuration gives you remote control of variables in your live application, by pushing configurations attached to feature flags.
Paste in JSON
Paste in code that sets variables. Define any number of simple or complex nested structures for each flag treatment.
Enter Key-Value Pairs in a Form
Define any number of key-value pairs. Ideal for simpler configurations and cases where dynamic configurations will be maintained by team members who don’t normally write code.
a Leader in Feature Management and Continuous Delivery
When product managers ask to change messaging, analysts want to test pricing, and ops teams need to alter service-level parameters–now you can encourage them to do it themselves.
Dynamic configurations give even non-technical team members the ability to customize end-user experiences in real time and with minimal effort. Great news, because your development team can finally focus on building the next big thing.
Update Configurations Immediately Via UI or API Calls
Connect Dynamic Configuration to the variables in your app as you are writing the code that calls the feature flag. You only have to do this once! From that point on, instant changes can be made remotely at any time via the Split UI or API.
See examples on how to include configurations in changes to roll out plans in our APIs.
Split has been instrumental in our push to true agile processes. The ability to divorce deployment from release via feature flags has had an outsized impact in our ability to deliver new products to market faster than our competitors. With the addition of configurations we can externalize values and settings in split directly allowing our product team to pivot quickly and make changes immediately.”
Christopher Horvat, V.P. of Engineering, MyCarrier
“With Dynamic Configurations in Split, we spent less engineering time to open registration to new states, because no code changes were needed to support the influx of new patients.”
Sergio Gutierrez, Backend Team Lead, Galileo
“By decoupling experimentation decision-making from engineering Resources [with Dynamic Configuration], product teams become empowered to make fast and flexible changes to the product with little to no technical knowledge.”
Maggie Breeden, Product Leader, Burner/Ad Hoc Labs