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Feature Toggle

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What is Feature Toggle?

Feature Toggle, also referred to as Feature Flag or Feature Flipper, is a software development technique that enables developers to toggle features on and off in a live production environment. This technique offers a means to control the release of new features, manage feature rollouts, and enable/disable...

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What is Feature Toggle?

Feature Toggle (or FeatureToggle) is an open source feature management tool for .NET.

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Product Details

What is Feature Toggle?

Feature Toggle, also referred to as Feature Flag or Feature Flipper, is a software development technique that enables developers to toggle features on and off in a live production environment. This technique offers a means to control the release of new features, manage feature rollouts, and enable/disable features without the need for redeployment. Feature Toggles can be utilized by businesses of all sizes, ranging from startups to large enterprises. They are widely adopted by professionals in the software development, product management, IT operations, e-commerce, and SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) industries.

Key Features

.NET Feature Flag SDK: An installable feature flag software development kit designed for .NET applications. It leverages the LaunchDarkly app to facilitate user targeting and rollout management. Developers can toggle features on and off in a live production environment, with feature flags being evaluated in microseconds.

NFeature: A straightforward feature configuration system, also known as a feature toggle/flipper. It promotes early integration of code, reducing branch merge issues. NFeature provides feature configuration walls for earlier code integration and assists in managing feature switches/toggles within code.

FeatureToggle: A simple and reliable feature toggles library for .NET. It can be easily installed via NuGet and enables the introduction of feature switches/toggles within code. FeatureToggle provides a feature-centric API for configuration.

FeatureSwitcher: A library built to facilitate the introduction of feature switches/toggles within code. It offers an alternative to existing feature toggle libraries like nToggle, FeatureToggle, and NFeature. FeatureSwitcher provides a toggle-centric API for feature control in production, allowing features to be controlled using date ranges or database entries.

nToggle: A feature toggling library specifically designed for .NET applications. It enables feature toggling and provides a simple and reliable method for toggling features. nToggle assists in managing feature switches/toggles within code.

Toggler: A feature toggling library for .NET that enables the introduction of feature toggles/switches within code. It provides a way to control the release of new features and helps in managing feature toggles in .NET applications.

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Score 8 out of 10
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We use Feature Toggle as a way to turn off functions to not be used by other users. It's easier to use this function to limit users' abilities and mess-ups without understanding the rules of use. One problem I have personally seen over the years that this solves is the overwhelming number of options from some software to new users and mistakes new users make. Once the data has been entered incorrectly it is harder to change, modify, or find and delete. Always takes 10X more time to fix than prevent. Feature Toggle is a way to do this.
  • Limit software options - prevents rework time
  • Allows for beta testing - allows for better later buy-in
  • I'm not really sure of its limitations yet.
Feature Toggle is well suited in the hands of a software programmer and someone who understands processes. Figure out your processes high-level first, then, instruct the programmer to do their thing. Hopefully, you have a programmer with both skills.
  • The cost of a programmer is certainly a ticket to budget. Neg
  • The cost savings of limiting operational database errors is certainly more positive than the negative just mentioned.
I'm not sure about the support ....we didn't use it.
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Score 6 out of 10
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Incentivized
This was used by 1-2 members linked to product development within the organization in order to scale code changes at a quicker and more centralized pace.
  • Allowed us to bring new, quick-hit features to customers as quickly as possible.
  • Not too difficult to learn without having had formal software or coding experience.
  • Relatively easy to deploy.
  • More help/how-to literate or use cases.
  • Conditional logic could be improved.
  • More dynamic interface.
It's helpful that the tool takes URL parameters into account but that requires the URL structure to be of desired quality, to begin with. This tool is best suited for those working off of solid foundation in terms of web presence.
  • Was a decent self-serve/educational tool.
  • Ultimately this did not solve all of our problems, but it did help us streamline a bit by testing out plausible future functionalities.
  • Allowed us to make basic improvements and updates and push them out faster than we would have without it.
Togglz has more detailed documentation and recurring updates. But the Togglz default setting to "HTTP" caused some glitches.
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