Tag: feature

How Feature Flags Tame the Four-Heads of Complexity

This article by Jeffrey Lee of Tech Ladder highlights the interplay of feature flags and the four heads of complexity.  It illustrates how developers can deploy code more efficiently and without added risk by using feature flags. Feature flags generally manifest in two forms: boolean and multivariate (a type of feature flag that can serve […]

Feature Branching Using Feature Flags

Feature branching allows developers to effectively collaborate around a central code base by keeping all changes to a specific feature in its own branch.  With the addition of feature flags, feature branching becomes even more powerful and faster by separating feature release management from code deployment. Read the full article here.

Implementing Feature Flags in an Angular E-commerce App

This article delves into creating an E-commerce website with real-time feature toggles controlling pricing E-commerce applications can take on many forms. Whether they’re retail, goods exchange, or an auction website, online commerce is becoming more common than offline. Modern front-end frameworks, such as Angular and React, provide the tools necessary for creating fast and responsive […]

A peak into feature flagging with Zumba

Zumba’s open-source Swivel API for feature flagging provides an interesting take on canary releases. This is achieved by deploying features to a random blocks of users, before a full release. Be sure to check out the GitHub repo, with the full project, ready for use.

10 Ways to Use Feature Flags

This article showcases a video in which LaunchDarkly‘s CEO discusses the many ways to use feature flags. Take back control of your products with Edith Harbaugh, CEO and Co-Founder at Launch Darkly. Edith shares her expertise with 10 things to do with Feature Flags. She explains why feature flags are beneficial to Product Managers and […]

Net Promoter Score + Feature Flags for canary releases

Canary releases are a DevOps best practice of pushing new features to a subset of your customers. By pushing to a subset, this group can provide early feedback, verify functionality, and act as “canaries” to your entire population. Originally, canary had a negative connotation – miners took canaries down into mines, as canaries were more […]

Controlling Releases with Microsoft VSTS + LaunchDarkly

Microsoft’s Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) enables development teams to build, integrate, test, and release new software in a single platform. It has a centralized version control system that allows for continuous integration, package management, and release management. Together, these components enable agile teams to move faster in a more centralized manner while also minimizing […]

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