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· 10 min read
Manuel Popa

We live in a world overflowing with information, where we’re connected and online almost every single day. Informational overload is a real thing, and we should all be aware enough not to fall victim to this behavioral pattern loop.

To-do lists are a real "Hail Mary" in today’s clickbait-centric and attention-grabbing world, so I figured that it’d be fun for us to build our very own to-do app from scratch, using Ionic and ConfigCat's feature flags.

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· 5 min read
David Herbert

Feature Flagging is a powerful technique that gives businesses and organizations granular control over features by providing the ability to scope these features to a specific segment of users.

Feature flags are helpful for many reasons - one of which is they allow organizations and engineering teams in a multi-tenant software application to limit access to certain features by mapping them to the various tenants in the application or organization.

· 3 min read
David Herbert

In this post, we’ll look at how we can easily implement a canary release of a feature in 7 steps using ConfigCat’s feature flagging service through its provided dashboard.

This step-by-step guide will showcase how we can release a new feature incrementally, by first exposing it to low-risk user groups (e.g. team members and possibly friends), and then gradually releasing it to a larger audience - using ConfigCat, a feature flag service to implement everything.

· 8 min read
David Herbert

Feature flags have made it easier than ever to continuously test and integrate new features in our applications with confidence, even while in a production environment without having to worry about deployment risks like downtimes or bugs that could greatly impact the experience of the entire user base.

Feature Flags in Vue.JS

· 6 min read
Mihaela Vasile Patrascu

Let's play with a hypothetical scenario where you've built a Kotlin-based mobile application, and you'd like to customize the overall user experience based on specified criteria. You've got a perfect idea, but then this question pops up everywhere: Now what? Folks, allow me to introduce you to the concept of feature flags in Kotlin.