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Safe .NET Feature Flags with FeatureToggle

Yesterday I wrote on Feature Flags in a largely language-neutral overview article.

Today I want to discuss my library of choice for Feature Flags in .NET applications: FeatureToggle by Jason Roberts.

Feature Toggle is a very small and dedicated library dedicated to a variety of flexible feature toggle variations.




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