FeatureHub.SDK 1.0.0

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dotnet add package FeatureHub.SDK --version 1.0.0
NuGet\Install-Package FeatureHub.SDK -Version 1.0.0
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<PackageReference Include="FeatureHub.SDK" Version="1.0.0" />
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paket add FeatureHub.SDK --version 1.0.0
#r "nuget: FeatureHub.SDK, 1.0.0"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install FeatureHub.SDK as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=FeatureHub.SDK&version=1.0.0

// Install FeatureHub.SDK as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=FeatureHub.SDK&version=1.0.0


This library is the client SDK for the https://featurehub.io open source project, which brings you Cloud Native Feature Flag management, A/B experiments and remote configuration.

This package includes the client SDK for event source, which gives you realtime updates, the core repository, and the API required for allowing you to change the state of features using your Service Account URL.

The repository is isolated from the EventSource mechanism, so you can alternatively fill it from a file or a database if you wish - and it is likely what you would do in integration tests.

SDK features

Details about what general features are available in SDKs from FeatureHub are available here.

Using the EventSource SDK

There is a sample application included in the solution as a console application. You could implement it in the following way:

var fh = new FeatureHubRepository(); // create a new repository

// listen for changes to the feature FLUTTER_COLOUR and let me know what they are
fh.FeatureState("FLUTTER_COLOUR").FeatureUpdateHandler += (object sender, IFeatureStateHolder holder) =>
  Console.WriteLine($"Received type {holder.Key}: {holder.StringValue}");        

// you can also query the fh.FeatureState("FLUTTER_COLOUR") directly to see what its current state is
// and use it in IF statements or their equivalent

// tell me when the features have appeared and we are ready to start
fh.ReadynessHandler += (sender, readyness) =>
  Console.WriteLine($"Readyness is {readyness}");

// tell me when any new features or changes come in
fh.NewFeatureHandler += (sender, repository) =>
  Console.WriteLine($"New features");

// create an event service listener and give it the Service Account URL from the Admin-UI
var esl = new EventServiceListener();
esl.Init("", fh);

// it will now keep listening and updating the repository when changes come in. The server will kick it
// off periodically to ensure the connection does not become stale, but it will automatically reconnect
// and update itself and the repository again


Rollout Strategies

FeatureHub at its core now supports server side evaluation of complex rollout strategies, both custom ones that are applied to individual feature values in a specific environment and shared ones across multiple environments in an application. Exposing that level fo configurability via a UI is going to take some time to get right, so rather than block until it is done, Milestone 1.0's goal is to expose the percentage based rollout functionality for you to start using straight away.

Future Milestones will expose more of the functionality via the UI and will support client side evaluation of strategies as this scales better when you have 10000+ consumers. For more details on how experiments work with Rollout Strategies, see the core documentation.

Coding for Rollout strategies

To provide this ability for the strategy engine to know how to apply the strategies, you need to provide it information. There are five things we track specifically: user key, session key, country, device and platform and over time will be able to provide more intelligence over, but you can attach anything you like, both individual attributes and arrays of attributes.

Remember, as of Milestone 1.0 we only support percentage based strategies, so only UserKey is required to support this. We do however recommend you adding in as much information as you have so you don't have to change it in the future.



The Build() method will trigger the regeneration of a special header (x-featurehub). This in turn will automatically retrigger a refresh of your events if you have already connected (unless you are using polling and your polling interval is set to 0).

To add a generic key/value pair, use Attr(key, value), to use an array of values there is Attrs(key, Array<value>). In later Milestones you will be able to match against your own attributes, among other things. You can also Clear() to remove all strategies.

In all cases, you need to call Build() to re-trigger passing of the new attributes to the server for recalculation. By default, the user key is used for percentage based calculations, and without it, you cannot participate in percentage based Rollout Strategies ("experiments"). However, a more advanced feature does let you specify other attributes (e.g. company, or store) that would allow you to specify your experiment on.

For more information please visit out Github project.

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