This services exposes a set of APIs to produce server side evaluation of flags by wrapping a NodeJS SDK.
Split Evaluator supports Node version 8 or higher.
Below is a simple example that describes the instantiation of Split Evaluator:
Usage via NodeJs
- Install npm packages via
- Then, execute
SPLIT_EVALUATOR_API_KEY=<YOUR-SDK-API-KEY> SPLIT_EVALUATOR_AUTH_TOKEN=<YOUR-AUTH-TOKEN> SPLIT_EVALUATOR_SERVER_PORT=7548 SPLIT_EVALUATOR_LOG_LEVEL=debug npm start
- You can pull the Docker image from Docker Hub and run it into your container environment.
docker pull splitsoftware/split-evaluator:latest
- Run the image:
docker run --rm --name split-evaluator \ -p 7548:7548 \ -e SPLIT_EVALUATOR_API_KEY=<YOUR-SDK-API-KEY> \ -e SPLIT_EVALUATOR_AUTH_TOKEN=<YOUR-AUTH-TOKEN> \ splitsoftware/split-evaluator
Please refer to our official docs to learn about all the functionality provided by Split Evaluator and the configuration options available for tailoring it to your current application setup.
The Split team monitors all issues submitted to this issue tracker. We encourage you to use this issue tracker to submit any bug reports, feedback, and feature enhancements. We'll do our best to respond in a timely manner.
Please see Contributors Guide to find all you need to submit a Pull Request (PR).
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