Speed up development cycles, reduce release risk, and measure the impact of every feature
Today, software applications are broken down into thousands of features, and those features have become the new unit of measurement and control. Every feature released represents an opportunity to learn about your customers’ experiences and preferences, allowing you to stay ahead of the competition, and actually move the needle for the business.
- Delivery delays: feature code sits in “merge hell” for weeks or months
- Unreliable releases: 23% of releases fail, breaking the user experience
- Misguided features: 80% of features have negative or no business impact
Why choose Split?
Split provides a unified Feature Data PlatformTM to address these issues. With Split's Microsoft integrations, we are helping development teams manage feature flags, monitor release performance, experiment, and surface data to make ongoing, data-driven decisions.
- Deploy frequently. Unblock teams by separating deploy from release. Merge code quickly and test in production.
- Increase reliability of each release. Get immediate feedback on errors and performance degradation and use the instant kill switch to address the source of the issue.
- Create dynamic customer feedback loops. Quickly and accurately attribute features to guardrail and business metrics to drive data-driven decisions.
Split’s Visual Studio Code Extension provides developers with the tools needed to work seamlessly with Split while coding. With the ability to view and interact with critical flag information, such as code references and flag definitions, you’ll be able to make effective and efficient feature decisions without ever leaving your development platform. By embedding this important feature flag context directly into your code editor, you’re enabling your development teams to stay focused and move faster.
Viewing feature flag definition by environment
Sorting flags alphabetically, by rollout status, and creation date
Hovering over a feature flag to view information such as description, tags, etc. within a tooltip
Finding code reference for a given flag
Common use cases:
- Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery
- Targeted rollouts
- Dark launches
- Canary releases
- A/B testing
- Ongoing experimentation