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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Feature flags, or feature toggles are at the heart of Unleash and any feature management system making software A/B testing, deployment, and rollups more effective and easier.
Unleash feature flags in Ruby can be easily enabled and disabled, making small releases of Ruby application available to specific user groups for A/B testing and experimentation.
A/B testing allows software development teams to better understand the needs and expectations of Ruby application users, identify the need for possible improvements, select the best-rated version of the Ruby application, and most importantly, add features to Ruby applications that meet user expectations.
With A/B testing Unleash you can rollout Ruby applications features and updates faster
Unleash uses many custom and built-in strategies defined with constraints, segmentation, and user stickiness to implement feature flags. Strategy constraints are simply conditions – such as operating system, geographic region, email addresses, user ID, or IP – that must be met for feature flags in Go to be enabled, while user stickiness is responsible for releasing features to the same users.
Unleash strategies are a tool that allows you to use and implement feature flags in Ruby applications, making this complex task simple
The built-in strategies for Ruby applications provided by the Unleash feature toggle management platform are: Standard (i.e. release the feature to everyone), Gradual roll-out, Gradual roll out with custom stickiness, User ID, IP, or Hostname. Not only do they allow you to implement and use feature flags in Ruby applications, but they are also a versatile and flexible tool that allows you to roll out Ruby application faster and significantly reduce risk.
Importantly, strategies are implemented on the client side, which makes the release of a feature dependent on the software developer’s decision. In addition, the Unleash feature flags are designed with the restrictive GDPR and Schrems II privacy policies in mind. This means that no user data (sensitive or not) is transferred from the application SDK to the Unleash server.
The above functionalities make the free, open-source Unleash feature flag management platform the most secure and versatile solution, not only for Ruby applications, but also for other platforms, services, or applications.
With Unleash feature flags in Ruby you can limit the impact of potential issues on end users and enterprise KPIs.