Feature flagging services have become a crucial part of software development. They simplify the release of new software features by removing the complexity of the feature flagging system and allowing developers to concentrate on their software. In this article, we'll examine the ways of adding a new feature to a React application and compare the use of feature flags by integrating two well-known feature flagging services, ConfigCat and LaunchDarkly, into the application.
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Using Feature Flags in a Preact Application
Sending your code out into the world can be a nerve-wracking experience. Regardless of how much testing you do beforehand, you’re never quite sure if everything will work according to plan. Even if it’s the case, during an applications life-time, you’ll need to redeploy your code many times. Code redeployment means time, money and a lot of hassle.
Fortunately, feature flags are useful tools that can help reduce the need for code redeployment as well as enable you to test your changes in production without affecting the end-user. In this article, I’ll show you how to make use of feature toggles in a React-like framework. So…
How to implement A/B testing in Ionic
The world population continues to grow, and so does the number of house pets. While we all hope most of them have a good quality of life, some don't have a home. To combat this, we can make an animal care app. In this blog post, the app's objective is to increase the pet adoption rate. We will change the color of our call-to-action button and measure the click-through rate of each button version using A/B testing.
Using Feature Flags in React Native
React Native is a framework created by Facebook that simplifies development of cross-platform mobile applications. In a nutshell, React Native code is automatically translated to native code for both Android and iOS. It's no wonder that this framework is becoming increasingly popular among developers. In this article, we’re going to explore how to use feature flags in this environment so you have all the tools necessary for great mobile development.
Announcing and showcasing ConfigCat's React SDK
Our customers are at the heart of everything we do at ConfigCat. We take pride in knowing customer satisfaction is our top priority because we know that many of our competitors do not place the same value on customer experience as we do.
You asked. We listened!
We're excited to announce that ConfigCat now has an official React SDK.🥳🎉 The React SDK has been a highly requested feature by our customers, and we're proud to knock it off our checklist. The React SDK provides customers with a more modern, first-class React integration support when integrating ConfigCat with their React applications. We hope our customers share our enthusiasm for it.
Measuring the impact of a test variation in React with Amplitude and ConfigCat
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.
Implementing Feature Flags in a Next.js Application
Our job as developers often involves releasing new features regularly. However, how can we ensure that these features work properly in production before safely releasing them to all users? It's easy, by feature flagging!
Using Feature Flags in a Remix Application
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.
Using Feature Flags in a React.js Application
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!