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Bullet Train Client

The SDK clients for Python https://bullet-train.io/. Bullet Train allows you to manage feature flags and remote config across multiple projects, environments and organisations.

Getting Started

These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. See running in production for notes on how to deploy the project on a live system.

Installing

VIA pip

pip install bullet-train

Usage

Retrieving feature flags for your project

For full documentation visit https://docs.bullet-train.io

from bullet_train import BulletTrain;

bt = BulletTrain(environment_id="<YOUR_ENVIRONMENT_KEY>")

if bt.has_feature("header", '<My User Id>'):
  if bt.feature_enabled("header"):
    # Show my awesome cool new feature to the world
 
if bt.has_feature("header"):
  if bt.feature_enabled("header"):
    # Show my awesome cool new feature to the world

value = bt.get_value("header", '<My User Id>')

value = bt.get_value("header")

Available Options

Property Description Required Default Value
environment_id Defines which project environment you wish to get flags for. example ACME Project - Staging. YES None
api Use this property to define where you're getting feature flags from, e.g. if you're self hosting. NO https://api.bullet-train.io/api/

Available Functions

Function Description
has_feature(key) Get the value of a particular feature e.g. bt.has_feature("powerUserFeature") // true
has_feature(key, user_id) Get the value of a particular feature for a user e.g. bt.has_feature("powerUserFeature", 1234) // true
get_value(key) Get the value of a particular feature e.g. bt.get_value("font_size") // 10
get_value(key, userId) Get the value of a particular feature for a specified user e.g. bt.get_value("font_size", 1234) // 15
get_flags() Trigger a manual fetch of the environment features, returns a list of flag objects, see below for returned data
get_flags_for_user(1234) Trigger a manual fetch of the environment features with a given user id, returns a list of flag objects, see below for returned data

Identifying users

Identifying users allows you to target specific users from the Bullet Train dashboard. You can include an optional user identifier as part of the has_feature and get_value methods to retrieve unique user flags and variables.

Flags data structure

Field Description Type
id Internal id of feature state Integer
enabled Whether feature is enabled or not Boolean
environment Internal ID of environment Integer
feature_state_value Value of the feature Any - determined based on data input on bullet-train.io.
feature Feature object - see below for details Object

Feature data structure

Field Description Type
id Internal id of feature Integer
name Name of the feature (sometimes referred to as key or ID) String
description Description of the feature String
type Feature Type. Can be FLAG or CONFIG String
created_date Date feature was created Datetime
inital_value The initial / default value set for all feature states on creation String
project Internal ID of the associated project Integer

Contributing

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.

Getting Help

If you encounter a bug or feature request we would like to hear about it. Before you submit an issue please search existing issues in order to prevent duplicates.

Get in touch

If you have any questions about our projects you can email projects@solidstategroup.com.

Useful links

Website

Documentation

Code Examples

Youtube Tutorials