Create Remote Config experiments Create messaging experiments. When you create an experiment, you test out one or more variants of a testable action and measure how well the variants perform toward a goal that you want to achieve such as boosting in-app purchases. Your targeted user group can be defined by multiple criteria chained with "AND" logic; for example, you could limit the group to users of a particular app version who belong to both an Analytics audience such as "crashing users" and a group created automatically by Firebase Predictions based on its likelihood to churn. With Remote Config, you can experiment with changes to several parameters across multiple variants to alter the behavior and appearance of your app in a variety of ways across each variant group.
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In-memory hosting is one of the hidden gems of ASP. While the community, forums, bloggers have been buzzing about web-host and self-host capabilities of Web API, aside from the terrific post by Pedro Felix, very little has been said about in memory hosting. Let me show you an example today, how a lightweight Web API server can be temporarily established in memory without elevated priviliges, or cannibalizing ports like self host and used to perform integration testing, allowing you to test almost the entire pipeline, from the request to the response. In memory hosting comes down to creating an instance of HttpServer class. HttpServer itself is derived from HttpMessageHandler , and can be treated like one. It allows you to perform direct communication between the server runtime, and the client side, through the use of HttpClient or HttpMessageInvoker. As soon as the purpose for the existance of the server is fulfilled, you can very easily dispose of it.
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