Release Note /

April 12, 2017

Web Console Enhancements

  • Tagging
    Use tags to organize and manage splits and segments across the Split web console. You can use tags to isolate splits and segments for a particular team or feature release. Create tags like “reporting team”, “front end”, or “geo search release”.  Documentation
  • Groups
    Split groups are a convenient way to manage a collection of users in your organization. You can use groups to grant administrative controls and grant environment, split or segment level controls. Documentation
  • Permissioning
    Building on groups, Split’s permissioning can be enabled by environment, by split, or by segment, limiting the actions non-editors can take. Documentation
  • Segment Includes
    Target 100% of a segment with ease, making many clicks, just a few. Add a segment to the includes section of the editor to serve a particular treatment to all of the IDs in that segment.

SDK Enhancements

  • .NET Core Support
    The .NET SDK is now compatible with .NET Core. Documentation
  • TypeScript Support
    The JavaScript SDK now supports TypeScript. Documentation
  • Node.JS & Redis
    Node.JS now integrates with Redis and exposes the Manager API to inspect Splits and treatments. Documentation
  • JavaScript SDK Local Storage
    The JS SDK can now use LocalStorage as a cache, so subsequent page loads can benefit from faster SDK initialization time. Split will only request the difference from the server, further-reducing load time. Documentation