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Information about Flagsmith's supported languages, hosting, and performance.
How does Flagsmith handle caching?
All evaluation is done on our servers. That way you don't leak segment definitions to the client. In terms of caching, by design we do not have any caching infrastructure. You are free to proxy our API via a CDN if you wish. There is also a good pattern around caching flags within your infrastructure using our webhooks here: https://docs.flagsmith.com/integration-approaches/#caching-flags-on-a-server
Where is Flagsmith hosted?
The Edge API provides a datastore and Edge compute API that is replicated across 8 AWS regions, with latency-based routing and global failover in the event of a region outage.
Do you have best practices to protect against potential outages?
If you are relying both your uptime and response times on your services. First of all, uptime is our top priority at Flagsmith so that you can trust our uptime and responsiveness. Our uptime status and history is transparently reported here: https://flagsmith.statuspage.io/ Second, if you want to remove this risk entirely you can host Flagsmith on-premises. This is an option many security conscious or data sensitive organizations choose. Third, we would always recommend that the applicati
Does Flagsmith support promoting between environments?
Not at this time. At the moment Flagsmith WON'T push any configuration successfully deployed on a testing environment to a production environment.
How can I check in Flagsmith how many requests I've send to the service?
If you go to the Organisation console, the API usage chart is on that page.
Does the Flagsmith .net SDK work with Unity 3D?
Yes, it was built with .NET Standard 2.0 which works across virtually everything.
Where can I get the Flagsmith token for an Environment?
You can find it in the 'Settings' for the Environment
Do you support Python?
Yes. All the languages we support can be found here: https://docs.flagsmith.com/clients/rest/
When deploying with Docker, how do I configure SES credentials?
You can provide regular env vars for AWS e.g. AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID = 'YOUR-ACCESS-KEY-ID' AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY = 'YOUR-SECRET-ACCESS-KEY'
Where can I find my Project ID?
If you go to the project settings page, you can see the ID in the URL. Also, you can find them by looking at the network tab when creating a feature in the browser. Create a new flag and then look at the inspector.
Is there support for initializing a client that does not establish a network connection to Flagsmith?
If you initialise the client without requesting any flags etc, it won't make a call to the Flagsmith API.
How do I get logs on how many calls are being made to Flagsmith?
You can see API usage numbers in the 'Organization' console.
What is the official base URI for the API?