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Feature switch


Feature switches, also known as feature toggles, are mechanisms in software development that allow developers to turn certain functionalities on or off without deploying new code. This approach offers a flexible way to manage features, facilitating testing, gradual rollouts, and quick rollbacks.



  1. Implementation: Integrate feature switches into the codebase at strategic points.
  2. Management: Use a feature management system to toggle features on or off.
  3. Monitoring: Continuously monitor the impact of toggled features on the application and users.

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Feature switches are a vital tool in modern software development, offering a dynamic and efficient method for managing feature rollouts. By providing control over feature deployment and enabling quick responses to issues, they enhance both the development process and the end-user experience.

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Feature toggle

Also known as feature flag or feature switch.

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