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Incognitus Feature Flag (Vue 2 & 3)

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Install this as your projects's dependency

Vue 2

npm i @incognitus/client-vue
# or
yarn add @incognitus/client-vue

Vue 3

npm i @incognitus/client-vue@next
# or
yarn add @incognitus/client-vue@next

Installing the plugin

Before you're able to use the service you'll need to install the plugin with your tenant and application IDs.

main.ts - vue 2

import { incognitus } from '@incognitus/client-vue';

Vue.use(incognitus, {
  tenantId: '{your tenant key}',
  applicationId: '{your app id}',

main.ts - vue 3

import { incognitus } from '@incognitus/client-vue';

  .use(incognitus, {
    tenantId: '{your tenant key}',
    applicationId: '{your app id}',
Key Description
tenantId Your tenant id
applicationId The id of the application and environment

Checking features


You can use the included component to check feature flags. This is transparent and will not add an extra depth in the DOM. Using slots, you can configure different aspects like the loading state, or if the flag is enabled/disabled.

  <feature-flag flag="feature name">
    <template #loading> Checking features </template>
    <template #enabled> Something behind the flag </template>
    <template #disabled> The old implementation </template>


Prop Description
flag The name of the feature flag
hidden Hide content when the flag is enabled


Slot Description
loading Displayed when fetching the feature flag
enabled Rendered when the flag is enabled
disabled Rendered when the flag is disabled

Composition API hook

If you would like to interact with the service directly, then it can be accessed through the useIncognitus hook. This returns isReady which returns true when the service is initiatlized and ready to be used, and service which returns the raw service

Service methods

Method Description
service.isEnabled(featureName) Checks if the flag is enabled
service.isDisabled(featureName) Check if the flag is disabled
service.getFeature(featureName) Fetches the feature from the server and returns it's status
service.getAllFeatures() Fetches all features and stores them in the cache


You can also use the service directly by importing IncognitusService.instance, however this is not recommended.


Currently all known feature flags are cached when the app initializes. New features that are not found in the cache are retrieved on-demand. The cache stays in place until the app is reloaded or by calling the getAllFeatures() method on the service.

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