🎚️ OPToggles 🎚️
Open policy based feature toggling
What is OPToggles?
We often want our frontend to reflect the permissions enforced by the backend. E.g. if a user is not allowed to click run the action behind a button - don't show them that button.
OPToggles brings the power of
OPAL into your existing feature toggling solutions.
It enables you to create user targeted feature flags/toggles based on Open Policy managed authorization rules, and keep them synced thanks to
OPAL's realtime policy and policy-data change detection.
With OPToggles frontend devs can continue to enjoy working with the feature flags they are familar with, and backend-devs easily harness the power of open-policy.
- Read the full docs at OPToggles.opal.ac
⚡️Quick Start Guide 🤿How Does It Work 🦮OPToggles Demo 📓Configuration File 🩺Health Checks 📖For further reading check out our Blog
Come talk to us about OPToggles, or authorization in general - we would love to hear from you
You can raise questions and ask for features to be added to the road-map in our Github discussions, report issues in Github issues, follow us on Twitter to get the latest OPToggles updates, and join our Slack community to chat about authorization, open-source, realtime communication, tech any anything else!
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Contributing to OPToggles
- Pull requests are welcome! (please make sure to include passing tests and docs)
- Prior to submitting a PR - open an issue on GitHub, or make sure your PR addresses an existing issue well.