Toggling features within a code base is a technique to influence the behaviour of software without having to redeploy. It is often used in conjunction with Continuous Delivery enabling alternative branches for different user groups within the interface a web application. These branches should optimally be triggered independently from the main code base.
There are many reasons to deploy HTTPS: search engine rankings, avoiding browser warnings, and (of course) security. Yet, performance remains a priority for SEO and user engagement. Achieving both requires using a CDN; deploying HTTPS without a CDN is slow.
UX designer and former Treasure Data product manager Luca Candela discusses defining your feature tests, cohorts and research experiments. He also covers collecting your datasets and determining the nature of your feature releases to build products that keep developers coming back for more.
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