Keeping Client-Side Feature Flags Secure

LaunchDarkly's JavaScript SDK allows you to access feature flags in your client-side JavaScript. If you're familiar with our server-side SDKs, setup for our JS SDK ...
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How We Beta Test at LaunchDarkly

We recently looked at how some well-known companies beta test. Specifically we looked at groups that test in production, and do it well. As you ...
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Removing Risk from Product Launches: A webinar with LaunchDarkly, CircleCI, and GoPro

We recently sat down with one of GoPro’s Senior Engineering Managers, Andrew Maxwell, and the CTO of CircleCI to discuss reducing risk in product launches ...
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To Be Continuous: From Monolith to Microservices

In the latest episode of To Be Continuous, Edith and Paul discuss the challenges and benefits of refactoring monolithic applications into microservices. They examine various ...
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Do Away with Duct Tape: Infrastructure Rollouts a Safer Way

So I was told I need to write an introductory blog post for my first week at LaunchDarkly. Two months later and here I am ...
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OpenAPI and Transparent Process

At LaunchDarkly, we’ve put a bunch of time into making our console fast and usable, and we’re pretty proud of it. However, we’re aware there ...
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Beta Testing with Feature Toggles: Testing in Production Like a Pro

We all know beta testing is important—not just for understanding your customers’ needs, but also for stability and security. Every time you do a launch ...
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To Be Continuous: The Man Behind Windows PowerShell

In the latest episode of To Be Continuous, Edith and Paul are joined by Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of Windows PowerShell. Jeffrey describes the tremendous ...
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