To keep an app or website functioning, a business may choose to roll out new features or make updates. If these updates or features are somehow shipped with bugs and are not well received by users, this may cause a decline in user engagement and can lead to revenue losses.
Remix, the React-based full-stack framework for building server-rendered applications, has been generating a lot of buzz lately, especially since it was open-sourced. Remix is a dedicated Server-Side Rendering (SSR) framework for building web applications that are rendered on the server.
Growing up as a child of the ’90s has always been a bitter-sweet kind of experience, but it certainly also came with a multitude of benefits. We’ve been exposed to countless priceless moments that have come and passed, moments that stand to make history and which may never be experienced again by newer generations. One such example of a beautiful lived-through historical moment is growing up with the fabled Space Invaders game.
Simple yet memorable, Space Invaders made waves across the world and undoubtedly served as a catalyst for the revival of a previously stale and dying gaming industry that’s now priced at no less than 173.7 billion USD.
Let's take a look at how practical a feature flag can be in a Phaser.io application. Phaser is one of the most popular browser game libraries and with its help, I'll build a simple game that replicates the experience of being in a music studio. Let's get started!
In this article, I’m going to be demonstrating how to integrate ConfigCat's Feature Flag service in React. I will build a simple, pretty easy-to-understand application that simulates a race between three cars. Let’s get started!