Developers use feature toggles (flags, switches, or controls) to deliver software functionality that can be turned on or off.
Authors can adopt practices to match feature-toggled development with feature-toggled documentation. Join the discussion as we explore how profiling (or conditional text) can be used to feature toggle documentation, and to facilitate quick delivery cycles, feature rollback, and dynamic documentation rendering for users.
Learn how to apply principles of feature-toggled development to authoring and publishing of documentation.
The presentation includes xml code snippets and concrete documentation examples. A minimum level of professional experience is strongly recommended for audience members to achieve maximum benefit from discussions.
With a bachelor degree in CompSc and Communication studies, Elena Olekhnovitch has been combining these two disciplines as a technical writer since 2001. Working at SAP Labs Canada, Elena's focus is on improving documentation processes and collaboration between software and information developers.
Coming from an undergraduate degree in English literature, Faith Woo has had to adapt to the fast paced, complex world of technical writing head-on. A technical writer for SAP Canada since 2016, Faith aims to utilize her strengths as a former English major to create comprehensible technical content.