NuGet Project Uncovered: NFeature

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If you are coming to this series of posts for the first time you might check out my introductory post for a little context.

NFeature looks to be a pretty solid feature toggle implementation written in .Net C#.

This project piqued?my interest because I?ve wanted to try the concept of feature toggles in a project for a while now. With all the hubub last year about feature toggles vs feature branches. I?ve wanted to experience feature toggles first hand.

5 thoughts on “NuGet Project Uncovered: NFeature

  1. Interesting.  I was doing feature toggles 20 years ago and didn’t even realize there was a name for it.  🙂

  2. Looks interesting, this is a nice idea for a blog post series. By the way I think you mean ‘Piqued my interest’, not ‘Peaked’ 🙂

  3. The author should use his revision control system to handle shipping new features, I don’t know why you linked that article, it is very bad.

  4. To clarify, his specific use case doesn’t justify feature toggles. They should -rarely- be used when it is very hard to test against trunk, otherwise just use a feature branch and make your work 100 times easier.

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