Besides just the things that feature flags themselves offer, Vexilla allows you to do more with less. Here is what separates us from other feature flag tools.
The feature flag configuration is statically hosted which saves you money, effort, and time. Minimum effort scalability.
Your flags and config live in a git repository you control. This allows for auditability without the need for a server. GitOps by default.
Vexilla boasts the largest number of first-party SDKs for the languages you use on the frontend and backend. Less custom integrations.
Consume, contribute, or fork it. Vexilla is something you can take with you and improve or adapt to whatever situation you need.
Many of the existing solutions require you to buy into and understand complicated documentation. Other Open source tools require you to stand up servers.
Our services team can help you integrate Vexilla into your Enterprise applications and infrastructure. We can help you create custom functionality, deploy processes, and more. Reach out via email and our team will be in touch shortly.
How It Works
Configure your settings
Using the app create your environments and features.
Import a client
Choose the client library that applies to your backend.
Wrap your feature
Using the client library in your frontend and/or backend, write if statements that decide what to do.
You now have a feature flag. Wire it up to analytics and you basically have A/B testing.
We work hard on our docs. You can find info about the core concepts and features as well as comprehensive guides to help you integrate Vexilla into your projects.
You can find the majority of our documentation in one easy and convenient place. If you feel there is something missing, we would love to hear about it and improve it.
Check out some of the guides and recipes. We provide step by step instructions to help you make Vexilla fit your exact use case.
Have questions or need help?
Our Discord server is a great place to reach out with questions or ask for help. It is also a great way to meet the rest of the community and core team. It's completely free, so why wait?