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Features, Industry Trends

To Canary Release, or Not To Canary Release?

With feature flags, you can control the percentage allocation of users you want to be exposed to a specific feature. This process provides risk mitigation and confirms both usability and scalability. Canary releases, or controlled rollouts, serve as an added layer of protection in case something goes wrong.  What is…

Talia Nassi
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Code, Infra

7 Ways Feature Flags Improve Software Development

Every tech company, should be using a robust feature flag system. A well-built system will provide a host of value-adds and efficiencies for your dev team

Lindsay Brunner
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Industry Trends, Infra

Achieve Continuous Deployment with Feature Flags

Feature flagging is a technique development teams deploy to enable easy switches between codepaths in their systems, at runtime. In simpler terms, they’re control structures that toggle on and off the code inside them. Dev teams use feature flags for a wide variety of purposes, from canary releases to A/B…

Lindsay Brunner
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Features

Add Tests to Your Feature-Flagged Codebase

Software testing is usually a point of friction for software development teams. Feature flags create an added layer of complexity that you need to account for. So how can we make the process of testing in a feature-flagged codebase easier?  Isolate Tests to Reduce the Scope of the System Under…

Talia Nassi

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Code, Infra

7 Ways Feature Flags Improve Software Development

Every tech company, should be using a robust feature flag system. A well-built system will provide a host of value-adds and efficiencies for your dev team

Lindsay Brunner
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Code, Infra

Migrate from Monolith to Microservices

Creating new microservices individually via feature flags ensures a low-risk release that will be easy on your devs, network administrators, and end-users

Team Split
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Code

Get Started with Feature Flags in Node

Develop a small application programming interface with Node.js and Express, and deploy feature flags to toggle functionality.

Sylvia Fronczak

Company

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Company

Funding the Future of Feature Delivery

I’m thrilled to announce that Split has closed a $33 million Series C investment round, led by Comcast Ventures. With this round, we’ve been able to invite in additional new investors including Microsoft’s m12, 01 Advisors, Atlassian, and ServiceNow. Along with our previous investors, Accel, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Harmony…

Brian Bell
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Company, Industry Trends

Split’s Founders: Ask us Anything

This week we are excited to announce that we have closed a $33m Series C, led by Comcast Ventures with new investors including Microsoft’s M12, 01 Advisors, Atlassian, and ServiceNow, as well as previous investors, Accel, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Harmony Venture Partners. We see this new round of investment…

Lindsay Brunner, Adil Aijaz, Pato Echague, Trevor Stuart
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All Your Feature Data in One Place – Meet Data Hub

Data Hub combines our impressions view with new capabilities like data export and a single dashboard to view, query, and export feature flag and event data.

Sophie Harpur

Features

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Features, Industry Trends

To Canary Release, or Not To Canary Release?

With feature flags, you can control the percentage allocation of users you want to be exposed to a specific feature. This process provides risk mitigation and confirms both usability and scalability. Canary releases, or controlled rollouts, serve as an added layer of protection in case something goes wrong.  What is…

Talia Nassi
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Features

Add Tests to Your Feature-Flagged Codebase

Software testing is usually a point of friction for software development teams. Feature flags create an added layer of complexity that you need to account for. So how can we make the process of testing in a feature-flagged codebase easier?  Isolate Tests to Reduce the Scope of the System Under…

Talia Nassi
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Improve Frontend Performance by Filtering Your Feature Flags

Our mission is to help our customers develop impactful products that ultimately create a world-class experience for their customers. A big part of this means ensuring speed and reliability from development to production, and from your application to your end users. To that end, we’re excited to share some recent…

Carol Jang

Industry Trends

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Features, Industry Trends

To Canary Release, or Not To Canary Release?

With feature flags, you can control the percentage allocation of users you want to be exposed to a specific feature. This process provides risk mitigation and confirms both usability and scalability. Canary releases, or controlled rollouts, serve as an added layer of protection in case something goes wrong.  What is…

Talia Nassi
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Industry Trends, Infra

Achieve Continuous Deployment with Feature Flags

Feature flagging is a technique development teams deploy to enable easy switches between codepaths in their systems, at runtime. In simpler terms, they’re control structures that toggle on and off the code inside them. Dev teams use feature flags for a wide variety of purposes, from canary releases to A/B…

Lindsay Brunner
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Industry Trends

Do You Really Need that Change Advisory Board?

If our organizations want to survive this period of political and economic uncertainty, they must be able to move with speed and adaptability.

Dave Karow

Infra

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Code, Infra

7 Ways Feature Flags Improve Software Development

Every tech company, should be using a robust feature flag system. A well-built system will provide a host of value-adds and efficiencies for your dev team

Lindsay Brunner
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Industry Trends, Infra

Achieve Continuous Deployment with Feature Flags

Feature flagging is a technique development teams deploy to enable easy switches between codepaths in their systems, at runtime. In simpler terms, they’re control structures that toggle on and off the code inside them. Dev teams use feature flags for a wide variety of purposes, from canary releases to A/B…

Lindsay Brunner
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Code, Infra

Migrate from Monolith to Microservices

Creating new microservices individually via feature flags ensures a low-risk release that will be easy on your devs, network administrators, and end-users

Team Split

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