Feature Manager for Flutter

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Feature manager allows you to hide some unfinished/secret feature from your users, or experiments, that can be managed from remote data source or local settings.

If you want to use A/B testing or feature toggling with Firebase Remote Config use Remote Config Feature Manager

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Getting Started

Installation

Add

feature_manager : ^lastest_version

to your pubspec.yaml, and run

flutter packages get

in your project's root directory.

Basic Usage

Create feature list

Create file where you will store your feature list and create features inside.

import 'package:feature_manager/feature_manager.dart';

class Features {
  static const Feature textFeature = Feature(
    key: 'dev-prefs-text-pref',
    title: 'Text pref',
    description: 'This is text preference',
    defaultValue: '',
    type: FeatureType.feature,
    valueType: FeatureValueType.text,
  );

  static const Feature booleanFeature = Feature(
    key: 'dev-prefs-bool-pref',
    title: 'Toggle pref',
    description: 'This is toggle preference',
    defaultValue: false,
    type: FeatureType.feature,
    valueType: FeatureValueType.toggle,
  );

  static const Feature doubleFeature = Feature(
    key: 'dev-prefs-double-pref',
    title: 'Number double pref',
    description: 'This is number double preference',
    defaultValue: 0.0,
    type: FeatureType.feature,
    valueType: FeatureValueType.doubleNumber,
  );
  static const Feature integerFeature = Feature(
    key: 'dev-prefs-integer-pref',
    title: 'Number integer pref',
    description: 'This is number integer preference',
    defaultValue: 0,
    type: FeatureType.feature,
    valueType: FeatureValueType.integerNumber,
  );

  static const List<Feature> values = <Feature>[
    Features.textFeature,
    Features.booleanFeature,
    Features.doubleFeature,
    Features.integerFeature,
  ];
}

Using FeatureManager check whether feature is enabled. Preferable way to create FeatureManager instance is to use DI (Provider, GetIt etc.).

...
final bool isEnabled =
context.read<FeatureManager>().isEnabled(Features.booleanFeature);
...

Modify feature values in DEBUG (develop) mode

To do it, you can simply open DeveloperPreferences screen in any part of your app. You should pass list of your features as parameter for this screen.

P.S. You should hide this button for production builds.

Navigator.of(context).push(
  MaterialPageRoute(
    builder: (BuildContext context) =>
      DeveloperPreferencesScreen(Features.values),
    ),
);

Feature parameters

Parameter Default Description
key String required This key will be used to store value in local storage.
type FeatureType FeatureType.feature It can be used to separate local features and experiments driven by some remote provider.
valueType FeatureValueType required Type of value of the feature. If you need toggle, use FeatureValueType.toggle
title String required Title that will be used inside Developer Preferences Screen.
remoteSourceKey String Key from remote source.
description String Description that will be used inside Developer Preferences Screen.
value Object? Null Stored value of the Feature. Will be fetched from local storage.
defaultValue Object? Null Default value of the Feature. Will be returned by FeatureManager if stored value is Null
enum FeatureType { feature, experiment }
enum FeatureValueType { text, toggle, doubleNumber, integerNumber, json }

Contributions

Feel free to contact me (a.e.getman@gmail.com) or create Merge Requests for this repository :)

Libraries

feature_manager