Launching Integrations with Remote Config

Meme: “Yo dawg, I heard you like flags. So I made some integrations in your flags with your flags for your flags”

Introduction of Integrations

  • Select the integration service
  • Add an API key from that service
  • Hook the integration up to either an Environment or a Project
  • Profit
Screenshot of integrations screen

Introducing Integrations with Remote Config

Screenshot of code used for integrations

Benefits of having used Remote Configuration

  1. We can easily test these integrations in production. This is really important, as this sort of feature really relies on production data to be able to test effectively.
  2. We can add integrations on the front end purely from within Flagsmith.
  3. We can provide beta access to these integrations to an individual user or to a group of users based on a Flagsmith Segment.

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