More feature flags related terms

Trunk-based development


Trunk-based development is a software development approach where all developers work on a single branch, known as the 'trunk'. This method emphasizes continuous integration and short-lived feature branches, if any, to enhance collaboration and reduce integration challenges.



  1. Single Source of Truth: Use the trunk as the primary branch for all development work.
  2. Short-Lived Branches: Create feature branches for specific features or fixes, merging them back into the trunk quickly.
  3. Regular Commits: Encourage developers to commit changes to the trunk frequently.
  4. Automated Testing: Implement automated tests to validate changes as they are integrated.

Key Features

Best Practices


Trunk-based development is a powerful approach that promotes a more collaborative and efficient workflow in software development. By focusing on a single source of truth and regular integration, teams can achieve faster, more reliable releases, and maintain a high standard of code quality. See how to improve your tech team efficency with feature flags and trunk based development.

Agile software development

Agile software development emphasizes flexibility, collaboration, and rapid delivery through iterative cycles, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and customer involvement.

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Auditing and logging of flag changes

Keeping track of changes made to feature flags for accountability and troubleshooting.

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Tech debt

Managing the accumulation of outdated or unused feature flags.

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