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· 2 min read
Endre Toth

We'd like to make ConfigCat avaliable for as many users as possible. Our SDKs are avalible in multiple languages. But still lots of our users missed Ruby support in ConfigCat:

"Does configcat have Ruby sdk??"

"So I am sad you don’t have a ruby client I can see."

"Are you plannig to support ruby?"

Finally we decided to create a standalone Ruby SDK.
Ruby is an interpreted language. It's very similar to Python and we already have an SDK written in Python. Taking advantage of this, the first idea was that we simply convert our Python code to Ruby and everything will be just fine.

· One min read
Zoltan David

TL;DR

If you're a software reseller you are allowed to buy a ConfigCat subscription for your client. You are allowed to resell one subscription to one client only. Of course, you are allowed to resell more subscriptions to the same client.

Here is how to do it.

Step-by-step guide

  1. register at https//app.configcat.com
  2. go to https://app.configcat.com/plans
  3. click the "change plan" button under the desired plan and follow the instructions
  4. go to https://app.configcat.com/invite
  5. invite your client to the "Administrator" group

If you run into any problem, just drop us an email at [email protected].

· One min read
Gergely Sinka

What is 2FA?

2FA is a way of granting access to users only after presenting two separate pieces of evidence (factors). One of these factors is usually a password which the user should know and the other factor something they have or even something they are. This way you can be sure that only knowing your password won't be enough for an attacker to gain access to your account.

How does 2FA work in ConfigCat?

In our case the first factor is password you use to login to ConfigCat Dashboard. The second factor is a 6-digit number generated via an Authenticator App.

· 2 min read
Zoltan David

As feature flags are getting popular, an ever-growing number of developers are facing the challenges associated with them.

No matter if you implement your own feature flag library, or choose a hosted feature flag service like ConfigCat, chances are high you want to use your feature flags in your frontend and in your backend services as well.

If your feature flags can be toggled on a central feature flag dashboard, such as

· 2 min read
Zoltan David

"Thank you guys, your rock."

We love to get emails like the one above. And sometimes we get 😃 Actually, more often than I've ever dared to imagine.

Part of the reasons our user love us (well, when they do) are those million little tweaks we do to our feature flag service on a daily basis.

Normally we don't share those little tweaks and updates

· 3 min read
Endre Toth

What kind of cat loves raspberry?

raspberry

…actually I know one, who is a huge fan of Raspberry Pi…it’s CHOCOLATE from the ConfigCat team 🙂

Ingredients:

  • Raspberry Pi 2/3 with:
  • python3
  • ConfigCat python SDK
  • (‘GPIO Zero’ integration to any hardware) - optional
  • ConfigCat subscription (free plan is enough :))