LaunchDarkly is an industry-leading feature management platform that enables organisations to reduce risk and launch new ideas faster. By separating code deployments from feature releases, you can safely test in production, get valuable feedback, and release without fear.
ConfigCat.com lets you launch new features and change your software configuration remotely without actually (re)deploying code. ConfigCat SDKs enable easy integration with any web, mobile or backend applications.
Split’s feature experimentation platform helps businesses to make smarter product decisions by giving teams the ability to perform controlled rollout via feature flags and analyze features in production.
Flagsmith lets you manage feature flags and remote config across web, mobile and server side applications. Deliver true Continuous Integration. Get builds out faster. Control who has access to new features.
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Switchover is a Software As A Service Solution (SaaS) that companies in every industry can use to accelerate their software development processes. Our clearly arranged flag management feature allows you to switch your functions on and off at any time.
Molasses is a suite of software tools that enables your team to deploy code more frequently. Molasses offers a set of feature flag and A/B testing tools that allows your teams to ship code more often with fewer incidents.
Fipper.io is a feature flag solution. It lets you manage your configuration on the go. There's no need to have extra rollouts anymore. Using our powerful dashboard, you can turn your feature flags on & off and control your application easily.
Quickly release your next application by leveraging pre-built modules as a service. Bergx helps you focus on building the features your customers are excited about by providing the "under-the-surface" features for you.
Somewhere during the “Technology” making a difference, businesses started to rather believe unconsciously that the “Technical People” are the direction to strive. Why should an innovator need the “Technical Team” to sustain his ideas?