Bilal Al-Shahwany

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  • Bilal Al-Shahwany created an article,

    How to use Jest to test React SDK?

    Question React SDK works only on Client side (Browser), when using Jest to run unit tests, the script runs on server mode only, is there a way to test the SDK in browser mode? Answer As stated, the...

  • Bilal Al-Shahwany created an article,

    How to use Server Side Rendering with React SDK?

    Question React SDK doc state it works only on Client side (Browser), is there a way to use it for SSR (Server Side Rendering)? Answer As stated, the React SDK supports only Browser side, in React d...

  • Bilal Al-Shahwany commented,

    Hi Kate, We don't have an Environment comparison view, we do have Admin REST API that allows fetching all Splits definitions in any environment, it can easily be used to construct a web page or gen...

  • Bilal Al-Shahwany created an article,

    What is the difference between Default Rule and Default Treatment?

    Question Given the following scenario: A Split with a simple "on" and "off" split. if I allocate 10% of my traffic through the traffic allocation feature, then I assume that only 10% of people will...

  • Bilal Al-Shahwany created an article,

    Why I cannot edit the Splits I create?

    Question Everytime I create a split it doesn't mark me as an editor so I can't make new rules! Answer This is probably because the administrator has set most of the Environments with Editors Restri...

  • Bilal Al-Shahwany commented,

    Hi John, I just added this KB for lazy init of SDK: https://help.split.io/hc/en-us/articles/360046771911-React-SDK-Lazy-initialization-of-Split-client   Thanks Bilal

  • Bilal Al-Shahwany created an article,

    React SDK: Lazy initialization of Split client

    Question When using React app, on initial load of a client-side application, the Split key is not always directly available. The React SDK will initialize SplitFactory and useClient on the initial ...

  • Bilal Al-Shahwany commented,

    Hi Spencer, it makes more sense to have one experiment "LandingPage" with two treatments, "on" for promo.domain.com  and "off" for domain.com, this way you can compare both on and off populations i...

  • Bilal Al-Shahwany commented,

    Hi Spencer, Yes. From Split point of view, the events created in any page can be correlated to any split, as long as you are tagging the events and impressions with the same user id (same traffic t...

  • Bilal Al-Shahwany commented,

    Hi Spencer, Its possible to implement Split Javascript SDK on each static page as needed, as long as you are using the same Split API Key, you can calculate the treatment for any split (or experime...