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
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
…actually I know one, who is a huge fan of Raspberry Pi…it’s CHOCOLATE from the ConfigCat team 🙂
- Raspberry Pi 2/3 with:
- ConfigCat python SDK
- (‘GPIO Zero’ integration to any hardware) - optional
- ConfigCat subscription (free plan is enough :))
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In this post, I will show you how we implemented the animations where the cat follows the cursor with his eyes when entering username and hides them when entering password.
We are very excited about the release of our new shiny Landing Page on configcat.com.
Use Feature Flags, and you do not need to worry about the ambiguous Apple App Store review. Also, you can forget about the release trains or the good old days when PMs are running around in the office with flame-throwers.
Let me tell you a story about the myth of the Friday Release. Newbie QA guy was finishing up his tasks on a Friday evening after hours. The office was quite empty at that time, only a few people left.