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· 9 min read
Emil Kovačević

Many people think of the Internet as a place where they can find information or communicate with others. However, the Internet is far more than that, it is also growing with its capabilities. Holding data resources that support the lives of billions of people around the world.

One way to transfer data on this great thing we call the Internet, while having a good development pipeline and maintaining security, is to construct a Web API.

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· 5 min read
Zoltan David
Roxana Halați

Picture this: You’ve added a new feature to your software, linked it to a feature flag, and deployed it to production. Now, you’d like to enable this feature for a subset of your users to get their feedback before you take the leap and roll it out to everyone.

But who gets to see this new feature first? How do you choose the first user segment? How do you use feature flag rules to target them?

Good to know: Feature flags let you launch new features and change your software configuration without (re)deploying code.

Let’s look at some typical real-world examples of how you can do canary releases using ConfigCat.