LaunchDarkly enables development and operations teams to deploy code at any time, even if a feature isn't ready to be released to users. Wrapping code with feature flags gives you the safety to test new features and infrastructure in your production environments, without impacting the wrong end users.
When you are ready to release more widely, simply update the flag status and the changes are made instantaneously by our real-time streaming architecture.Learn More about Feature Management
Unleash the full potential of your team with LaunchDarkly.
One dashboard to manage the lifecycle of your features from local development, to QA, to production.Read More
Use custom targeting rules and percentage rollouts to safely test features in production and get valuable feedback.Read More
Deploy your code when you want to and then let product teams independently release features when they are ready.Read More
Empower your development team to collaborate more effectively, maintain stability, and deliver software faster.Read More
Your releases can be independent of your deployments. Share features when your team is ready.Read More
Use custom targeting rules and percentage rollouts to control which users see what features and when.Read More
With granular control over user experience, safely test features in production and get valuable feedback.Read More
You can instantly turn off any feature at any time. Get sleep at night knowing it's as easy as hitting the switch.Read More
LaunchDarkly uses a streaming architecture to serve feature flags in microseconds without making remote requests. All flags are served locally and backed up by two layers of globally distributed CDNs.Read More about the Architecture
It only takes a few minutes to create your first feature flag. Our quick start guide will show you how to create a sample app in the language of your choice, and easily create a test flag in your local dev environment.See What You Can Do with LaunchDarkly
Feature flagging is a straightforward concept that can become difficult to manage as your use case scales. It's easy to manage one feature flag by modifying a configuration file, but when you have multiple feature flags across different environments, it's harder to keep everyone in sync and compliant.What's Important for Every Feature Flagging System
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