November 22, 2019
Score 6 out of 10
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Pros and Cons
- Insert code as the page is rendering. This can be helpful for quick visual fixes or inserting code for testing.
- Performing A/B testing for minor visual changes to the site.
- Collecting all tests in a single interface that allows multiple people to see what's being tested.
- It slows down the rendering of a webpage because it's a third-party script. If you set it to render asynchronously or after the page is rendered, you see flickering.
- This may be how it's implemented, but our web team typically has no idea when tests are going live as there are no notifications set up. Things can get broken on the site without us knowing.
- There's no easy way to see what tests are running and what they affect without going into the management interface.