By deploying more frequently, the size of each deployment has been drastically reduced and new functionality can be tested early and more gradually thanks to Unleash and feature toggles.
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With Unleash feature flags in Go, you can easily release new Go application to production by enabling/disabling selected features at any time using custom and built-in strategies.
Feature flags are a modern software development technique for A/B testing new or updated features on select groups of users before making them available to the general public. Feature flags in Go are used to hide, enable or disable features during the software development process.
Feature flags are essentially variables that have been used in if-else statements for years. However, modern feature management solutions, like Unleash, take feature flags in Go to a new level, making them a simple and intuitive tool for complete control over the deployment of new Go application features and updates to a select group of end users.
Unleash feature flags in Go can be used for almost any desktop, website, or mobile application
Strategies allow software development teams to use feature flags in Go for A/B testing and experimentation, or to deploy small releases of Go applications to select user groups.
Strategies use defined constraints, segmentation, and user stickiness. Strategy constraints are conditions, such as geographic region, operating system, email addresses, user ID, IP, or others that must be met to enable feature flags in Go. User stickiness, on the other hand, guarantees that the same feature will always be enabled for the same user.
Unleash provides the following built-in strategies for Go applications: Standard, Gradual roll out, Gradual rollout with custom stickiness, User ID, IP, or Hostname.
Unleash strategies are a versatile and flexible tool that allows you to roll out Go application faster and more effectively
The Unleash feature flag management platform provides full control over the Go application in the context of A/B testing, allowing you to:
- select the Go application version that is better rated by users in A/B testing
- understand user expectations
- provide features that are tailored to user needs and
- understand what improvements are needed
Unleash feature flags in Go allow you to limit the impact of potential issues on end users and business KPIs