Launched: Erlang SDK

By Mira Cho   •   February 23, 2021

The LaunchDarkly Erlang SDK is the latest server-side SDK now available in general availability (GA).

Now, you can use LaunchDarkly to manage features in the types of massively parallel services, distributed services, and multi-server applications that are built in Erlang.

Erlang is an extremely powerful language due to its focus on fault tolerance. After originally being created in 1986 by Ericsson, it was open sourced in 1998 and absorbed other influences from Ruby to lead to the creation of Elixir.

Harnessing the power of LaunchDarkly feature flags

LaunchDarkly is the world's leading feature management platform, empowering all teams to safely deliver and control software through feature flags. Microsoft, IBM, Charles Schwab, and thousands of other customers rely on LaunchDarkly to deploy fast and without fear.

Our platform currently serves over 20 trillion feature flags worldwide on peak days. What's more, we support 20+ languages and frameworks across server-side, client-side, and mobile environments.

LaunchDarkly's Erlang SDK signifies yet another step in our mission to give teams the power of feature flags, regardless of your technology stack.

Erlang, Elixir, and Phoenix framework compatibility

LaunchDarkly’s latest SDK extends support not only to Erlang applications but also to applications built with Elixir and the Phoenix framework.

Elixir gives developers the best of both worlds in terms of easy-to-use syntax and the concurrency of Erlang.

Check out our sample applications for Erlang, Elixir, and the Phoenix framework to see how.

Get started today!

Read the Erlang reference guide for information on how to get started. Learn about how to embed the SDK in your application, view our open-source code, and run our sample applications.

Don’t see your tech stack supported by our SDKs? Email us and let us know!

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