Knowing up front whether a new feature will improve or worsen user experience can be a challenging decision. If we don't adopt the proper mechanisms and processes to test new features we stand a high risk of introducing new bugs. By incorporating A/B testing into our feature release workflow, we can minimize these situations by testing the new feature with a small sample of users before deploying it.
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Using Feature Flags in an Angular Application
In a world where users demand fast, quality software, it is our job as developers to provide them with exactly that. So, what do you do when users need your app to run continuously, you need to add a new feature, but you can’t afford the downtime frequently associated with redeployment? The answer is simple - you use feature flags!
What are feature flags?
Feature Flags are mechanisms that allow developers to enable or disable application features without having to deploy the code. Simply put, they are variables whose values can be changed remotely, without having to touch the code again. It makes integrating new features and customizing user experience simpler than ever. It’s not only easy to use but also easy to integrate into your code, whether you are starting from scratch or integrating into an already existing app.
ConfigCat Stack ep.2 - ASP.NET Core Web API with an Angular frontend
ConfigCat's validation phase was a success in our eyes, so we had to step ahead. Above making a great product with great features we had to provide a really stable and reliable system.
Our stack":" Angular + .NET Core + MySQL
Our architecture, stacks and why did we choose them. A recipe for SaaS startups for an affordable, scalable and high-performing system that scales well.ConfigCat on StackShare