Adding environments

Alongside feature flags, we’ve also added environments to Bucket to let you create and manage distinct environments within Bucket, like development, staging, and production. 

Bucket includes two default environments: Production and Staging. You can add, edit, and delete as many additional environments as you’d like.

Each environment you create is assigned a unique publishable key that ensures events and data are correctly attributed, maintaining clear separation and organization of data. You can switch between environments using the app switcher in the top left.

Environments lets you test feature flags and event tracking in safe, non-production environments before promoting to production. Since each environment is configured independently, you prevent cross-environment interference, let you test new features in isolated environments, and delineate stages to streamline development processes.

Check out the Environments documentation for all the technical details. 

Happy rollouts!