Dave Murphy

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  • Dave Murphy created an article,

    How are Admin API Keys Scoped?

    Admin API keys can be scoped at the Environment level.  A few notes: You can still create a global Admin API key. All Admin API keys are subject to approvals that are set on an Environment.  If yo...

  • Dave Murphy created an article,

    Browser SDK Migration Guide

    Refer to this document to check API differences and migration details for moving from JS SDK v10.15.x  using NPM or Github to JS Browser SDK v0.1.x using NPM or Github.  Requirements JS Browser SD...

  • Dave Murphy commented,

    Yes, the easiest way to do that would be to put a list of the user IDs in a segment.  That's described here https://help.split.io/hc/en-us/articles/360020407512-Create-a-segment and there's some di...

  • Dave Murphy commented,

    Hi Pedro, the attributes related to getTreatment are for targeting users when deploy a split.  To associate attributes with ID/keys you need to use the API (https://help.split.io/hc/en-us/articles/...

  • Dave Murphy commented,

    Hi Ashley, I looked but didn't see the isBetaClient split, so I don't know for sure, but I'm assuming that's the split on which one or more child splits are dependent.  If so, it's certainly possib...

  • Dave Murphy created an article,

    Early Access Program

    Interested in getting early access to new features? Sign up here to be heard and help shape the user experience in Split. You’ll also be the first to know about and try our newest features! 

  • Dave Murphy created an article,

    Metrics Guide

    The Split Metrics Reference is your resource to learn about many common metrics and how to create them in Split.  It's a great tool to help you get started with measurement and experimentation. The...

  • Dave Murphy commented,

    This should be called when the website is closed. Where are you instantiating the SDK? The SDK initialization usually happens when you start the application since it requires some calls to our BE a...

  • Dave Murphy commented,

    That's usually the case.  What you pass as a key is entirely up to you.  You could set a cookie, use a GUID that is created as a customer ID, pass a device ID if on mobile, an account/company ID if...

  • Dave Murphy commented,

    For the Javascript (and mobile) SDK the client only gets the segments and whitelists for the key passed to Split when you instantiate the SDK.  And that information will only go to the client if yo...