What is FF4J?
It is an implementation of Feature Toggle pattern : Enable and disable features or your applications at runtime thanks to dedicated web console, REST API, JMX or even CLI. It handle also properties and provide generic interfaces.
FF4J is a tool in the Feature Flags Management category of a tech stack.
FF4J is an open source tool with 779 GitHub stars and 204 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to FF4J's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses FF4J?
Java, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Redis, and Elasticsearch are some of the popular tools that integrate with FF4J. Here's a list of all 15 tools that integrate with FF4J.
- Feature Toggle
- Role-based Toggling
- Strategy-based Toggling
- AOP-driven Toggling
- Features Monitoring
- Web Console
- Wide choice of Databases
- Spring Boot Starter
- Command Line Interface
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