Trevor Stuart

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  • Trevor Stuart created an article,

    Redux SDK

    This guide provides detailed information about our Redux SDK. This library is built on top of our regular JavaScript SDK to ease the integration in applications using Redux by providing a reducer t...

  • Trevor Stuart created an article,

    React SDK

    This guide provides detailed information about our React SDK. This library is built on top of our regular JavaScript SDK to ease the integration in React applications by providing a set of componen...

  • Trevor Stuart commented,

    Francisco - I wanted to check back in here and see if this matched your need. Hope you're well.

  • Trevor Stuart commented,

    Official comment

    Seth / Iris - Thank you for sharing this feedback.  We 100% agree.  We have some plans on our roadmap to update the way you find and locate splits as well as get key information about the split.  W...

  • Trevor Stuart commented,

    Official comment

    Francisco, we wanted to quickly follow-up as we have now released dynamic configurations which should address some of your use case.  You can read more in our documentation or on our blog.  Right n...

  • Trevor Stuart created an article,

    Step 4: Create a metric, monitor and measure the impact

    You can create a metric, monitor and measure impact in four easy steps: Define your metric name and meta information Define your metric definition Create an alert policy Manage alerts Review metri...

  • Trevor Stuart created an article,

    Step 3: Send event data

    Send event data Measure the impact of your feature rollout on your customer experience by sending Split event data and calculating metrics based on those events. Events allow you to record any acti...

  • Trevor Stuart created an article,

    Step 2: Create a split and target users

    You can create a split in three easy steps: Set your split name Add your split to an environment Decide who sees what version of your split. Step 1: Set your split name and information To create ...

  • Trevor Stuart created an article,

    Step 1: Install the SDK

    Overview Our SDKs are designed live at the application layer of your application and provide a secure and out-of-the-box method for controlling your experiments and feature flags. Each SDK has two ...

  • Trevor Stuart created an article,

    Introduction & getting started

    Introduction Welcome to Split! This article will walk through setting up your split instance, installing the Split SDK, and creating your first split to release rapidly and safely with feature flag...