After you have feature flags setup in your app, you’re likely to want to enable/disable them easily. Frequently this is done on more of an ad-hoc basis and doesn’t necessarily warrant an interface from within your app. This sort of ad-hoc activity is a good match for Rake and Capistrano.
When you have a new feature for your web application, you frequently want to manage how it is rolled out. It’s always a good idea to only release the feature to a small group of customers as this will help you make sure that it is working as it should. Additionally, you can use feature flags […]
When testing an integration with third party APIs it’s easy for tests to slow down and you might even start running into rate limits. The solution here is to use a gem like VCR (https://github.com/vcr/vcr) to cache the result of the API calls and replay them for subsequent tests. This is a good approach and […]