📄️ Unleash introductory overview
One of the most important aspects of the architecture to understand is that feature toggles are evaluated in a client SDKs which runs as part of your application. This makes toggle evaluations super-fast (we're talking nano-seconds), scalable and resilient against network disturbances. In order to achieve this Unleash compromises a small update-delay when you change your toggle configurations until it is fully propagated to your application (in terms of seconds and is configurable).
📄️ The Anatomy of Unleash
This guide's purpose is to give you a conceptual overview of how Unleash works. It covers the various components that exist within an Unleash system and how they interact with each other and with external applications. The diagrams are intended to help you understand the fundamental building blocks, such as projects, environments, variants and, of course, feature toggles.
📄️ Managing constraints
In this explanatory guide, we will discuss how best to deal with large and complex constraints, such as when you want to constrain a feature to a list of 150 user IDs.
📄️ Edge & Proxy hosting strategies
This document describes the main ways of hosting Unleash Edge (or alternatively Unleash Proxy) alongside the Unleash API and the tradeoffs between self-hosting compared to using the Frontend API that Unleash hosts for you.
📄️ Data collection
At Unleash, we prioritize the privacy and security of our users' data. This document provides an overview of the data collected when running Unleash. We explain the purpose of data collection and provide instructions on managing data collection settings.
🗃️ Unleash Concepts