Manage your feature flags from Jira Cloud using ConfigCat's new Jira Cloud Plugin.
Nowadays, almost each and every business uses some sort of web application, so cyberattacks are becoming a daily struggle for huge enterprises as well as for small businesses. It’s not enough for programmers to build an application that looks great and works smoothly. Many consumers are getting aware of the need for security in the applications they are using.
As ConfigCat is a Software as a Service business with applications running in the cloud, we take security as seriously as reliability. Here are the security measures we take to ensure that we deliver a secure application.
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and of course open source. It is a bit bigger as a package since instead of using the standard
XMLHttpRequest we have added
Axios Http Client to avoid
XMLHttpRequest is not defined like issues.
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You get unlimited ConfigCat Products to make sure there is one for every class, lab and research group each with unlimited Team Members. Also you can add 3 different Permission Groups in every Product to be able to grant proper access rights for everyone.
Focusing on frontend applications, we introduced sensitive text comparators to make sure sensitive info (like email address, user name) is kept hidden in targeting rules.
Inspired by Treelon Musk we decided to do our part in the fight against deforestation and climate change. In Nov 2019 we partnered with a non-profit organization MyForest to support local forests by planting trees after every purchase of the ConfigCat service and whenever someone gives feedback.
The main idea about our pricing is that our prices are fixed, deterministic and there are no hidden fees. Also we offer a forever free plan without requiring any commitment or credit card information. All features are available in all plans - even the free - helping the evaluation process of our customers.
There is a way to stream feature flag and configuration changes to the clients right when they happen. In some cases ConfigCat's pull based architecture does not completely satisfies the requirements when microservices need the latest values instantly, or mobile apps where polling sometimes is a battery consuming anti-pattern.