The Starter package is perfect for developers who want to familiarize themselves with the platform, understand the key concepts behind Flagship (Decision API, bucketing mode...), and experiment with the various SDKs. The free tier is generous enough to use features on test and pre-production environments.
The Premium package is for small but growing businesses that want to start incorporating continuous delivery into their development process and better manage their release cycles with fine control over which features are visible, who can access them, and their impact on business metrics.
The Enterprise package is targeted for larger teams who serve a bigger audience, with specific technology and business needs. A one-to-one conversation is required to understand your goals and build a bespoke offer.
MAUs are the number of unique end users hitting the Flagship Decision API or client-side SDKs over a 30-day period.
The month starts upon registering for Flagship. If you register on February 3rd, that is considered your first of 30 days.
In its simplest form, a feature flag
is like an IF statement that wraps a piece of your code logic, except that you can remotely configure its value from our dashboard. It could be as simple as a Boolean (if TRUE, then execute this piece of code, if FALSE, do something else) but you can also set numerical or string based flags (e.g. if member_type = "VIP" AND location = "US", then do something specific).
A targeting key is a variable whose value can be used as a targeting criterion. It's generally a user attribute that you pass as a parameter when requesting our decision API (or using one of the SDK methods) and dictates its response based on your dashboard configuration.
At the end of the 30 day free trial of the Premium package, you will have the opportunity to pay for the Premium package, talk with a sales rep about the Elite package, or be downgraded to our starter freemium package.