There can be many advantages of being able to turn on/off app features remotely especially when it comes to running tests, enabling/disabling features and running messages.
Today I came across a library makes it easy to remotely configure your app providing a very simple syntax for doing just that.
This does not involve violating Apple policy by uploading new code, but rather everything is done using a .plist file.
You can find GroundControl with further documentation and an included example on Github here.
There’s a lot of cool things you could do with a tool like this, and something this could be particularly good for promotion, and running split tests.
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