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· 4 min read
Peter Csajtai
Alex G. Mircean

Config Cat and C++ illustration

We're proudly announcing our 16th SDK release! ConfigCat's C++ SDK is now generally available. This SDK is a native C++ implementation of ConfigCat's feature flag management service. It is designed to be lightweight, easy to use, and easy to integrate into your C++ projects.

· 6 min read
David Herbert

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.

· 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.

· 5 min read
Mihaela Vasile Patrascu

In the context of SaaS applications, having a tool that allows you to control different features and flag certain users is critical, given the uniqueness of their needs and the instability of new releases.

This is where the ConfigCat Elixir SDK's tale begins. This is the simplified narrative of a great open-source SDK, driven by highly-professional folks from three different companies, as told by one of its creators.

· 2 min read
Endre Toth

We'd like to make ConfigCat avaliable for as many users as possible. Our SDKs are avalible in multiple languages. But still lots of our users missed Ruby support in ConfigCat:

"Does configcat have Ruby sdk??"

"So I am sad you don’t have a Ruby client I can see."

"Are you plannig to support Ruby?"

Finally we decided to create a standalone Ruby SDK.
Ruby is an interpreted language. It's very similar to Python and we already have an SDK written in Python. Taking advantage of this, the first idea was that we simply convert our Python code to Ruby and everything will be just fine.