The ConfigCat is the best approach for us because it allows changing configuration without deploying a new version of code. Also, it …
There are quite a few solutions around for feature flags, ConfigCat was the best one for us because it had the best license model - you …
<div>We use ConfigCat primarily to separate our deployments from feature release.<br></div><div><br></div><div>We also use it to gradually …
We make use of ConfigCat to test new features in production in a controlled manner, enable the rollout of these new features on a
ConfigCat is the first solution of its kind that I had ever tried and we use it on our production solution at our company. In terms of …
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ConfigCat allows the user to launch new features and change software configuration without (re)deploying code. ConfigCat SDKs enable easy integration with any web, mobile or backend applications. The ConfigCat website enables non-developers too to switch ON/OFF application features or change software configuration. This way the user can decouple feature launches and configuration from code deployment.
- Supported: Segmentation
- Supported: Targeting
- Supported: A/B testing
- Supported: Split testing
- Supported: Team management
- Supported: Environment support
- Supported: 2FA
- Supported: SSO
- Supported: Azure Active Directory
- Supported: Audit log
|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems||Windows, Linux, Mac|
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The ConfigCat is the best approach for us because it allows changing configuration without deploying a new version of code. Also, it allows setting the percentage of the user that comes to a new version of code, which is really perfect for testing a new feature. Very friendly support, that are always ready to help you.
- New feature testing
- Feature flag
- Dynamic config update
- Possibility to have complex variables, like lists and maps, not just strings could be useful sometimes
New feature testing, dynamic config - awesome, I especially like the percentage.
There are quite a few solutions around for feature flags, ConfigCat was the best one for us because it had the best license model - you get the most for your money and it was comparable to similar solutions in all of its features as well - so we had the best of both worlds. One highlight for me though was the use of the Jira integration. I queried with the ConfigCat team as I wondered if there were any plans to integrate with the Jira support for feature flag engines that would allow us to search for features via JQL - there weren't but they went ahead and implemented them which was outstanding service.
- Jira integration
- Management interface
- Simple integration in code
<div>We use ConfigCat primarily to separate our deployments from feature release.<br></div><div><br></div><div>We also use it to gradually roll out features to specific users or cohorts to evaluate the release, A/B test and make ad-hoc, targeted config changes.</div>
- It's architecturally very simple
- We've had excellent support from them
- It's been very reliable
- The UI is improving but is still a bit clunky
For most feature toggle use cases, it's hard to fault it.
The A/B testing functionality and user targeting features perhaps aren't as sophisticated as others, but on the whole it covers 90%+ of what we need.
We make use of ConfigCat to test new features in production in a controlled manner, enable the rollout of these new features on a per-tenant basis once testing has been completed and, should the need arise, rollback a feature if an unexpected issue is found.
- Nicely designed and easy to use web frontend to manage the settings.
- Unlimited number of user accounts allows everyone in the team to make changes.
- It could be handy to have user accounts limited to just a select few feature flags.
- A mobile app would be nice (although the website works fine).
If you have a bunch of configuration that you find yourself needing to make changes but to do that you need to deploy a new release, or your logging into servers, ConfigCat should help you to stop that.
They have a community Slack channel that is open to anyone. They always seem to have people in there, even over the weekends and are always happy to answer any questions you have,
ConfigCat is the first solution of its kind that I had ever tried and we use it on our production solution at our company. In terms of customer service they were super quick and kind, solving our questions and concerns in a very short time.
I'll continue to use their service to quickly change settings in our websites as well as our clients'.
- We use it to de/activate translations at our website. By pressing a button we can hide the language selection in our navbar.
- Adding more integrations
We use it to quickly de/activate configurations on our websites, thus showing/hiding different parts of our website without having to deploy changes.
They were super quick and extra kind every time we contacted them for support.