FeatureHub is a Cloud Native platform to help software teams manage their features, from feature flags (also known as feature toggles) to A/B experiments and remote or centralised configuration. This is the primary source code repository for FeatureHub.
Install with Docker (evaluation mode)
$ docker run -p 8085:8085 --user 999:999 -v $HOME/party:/db featurehub/party-server:latest
Once installed, head to http://localhost:8085 to see FeatureHub Admin Console in action
Connect to FeatureHub in your app via SDK
Create an application, an environment and a feature from the Admin Console
Create and copy the API Key (client or server eval) from the Admin Console on the API Keys page.
Create FeatureHub config and start using feature flags in your app (see Typescript example below). For more SDKs and examples please see here
Headless API is available to manage FeatureHub app if you require automation or prefer not to use Admin Console to manage features. API is provided in OpenAPI format and can be imported into Postman. Follow this documentation to generate access tokens.
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Unlimited clients requesting features
Unlimited Applications and Environments
Unlimited scalability. FeatureHub is the only open source and cloud native platform that can scale for large enterprises needs
Feature flags, A/B testing, experimentation and analytics support
Choice of how to run your experiment - feature flag, number, string or remote configuration
Split targeting strategies support: percentage rollout, targeting by country, device, platform, version or any custom attribute specific to your application.
Integration with analytics so you can see how your experiments perform, with Google Analytics support out of the box
Easy to use
Control features from an easy to use console or headless API
View how your features are setup across each environment from the main console
Environments promotion order - to help you see and order features by environment
With "smart lock" only enable feature state updates when they are ready
Use handy admin functions, like applications, environments and user management
Run on your own infrastructure (self-hosted)
External auth support - login with Google, Microsoft, GitHub, Keycloak
Access control levels to allow different teams/groups permissions.
Multiple portfolios (department) support
Best development experience
Easy to set up, Cloud Native - docker containers available
Easy to integrate with test automation - API to control feature states from the tests is available
Support for feature flags, numbers, strings and Json structure (remote configuration)
Easy to log events with analytics with attached feature state
Documentation and tutorials available
Full documentation can be found at docs.featurehub.io
If you are just curious to see how FeatureHub works and would like to play with it there is a simple way of doing it, please follow instructions here.
Once you have decided to start using FeatureHub in your team, there are also several installation options depending on your use case, please read about these options here.
Note: We have a separate install repository with configured docker images
We selectively take cuts of the main repository and build them into docker image sets. We then update install repository with the latest images and issue tags on that repository.
FeatureHub roadmap can be found here
FeatureHub is an open source project, and we love to receive contributions from our community! There are many ways to contribute, from writing tutorials or blog posts, improving the documentation, submitting bug reports and feature requests or writing code which can be incorporated into FeatureHub itself.
Further information for contributors
If you have reviewed the Architecture section of the FeatureHub documentation you will notice there are several components. FeatureHub is designed this way to allow to scale from a single application option to large organisations serving billions of requests for features per day.
Where to get help?
If you cannot find an answer in our documentation please join our Slack community Anyways Labs
You can also start a discussion in GitHub Discussions here
Or email our community supporters at email@example.com
FeatureHub is operating under Apache 2.0 license. Please refer to the full license here.