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A/B Testing with NGINX in 40 Lines of Code



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Nitish Phanse A/B Testing, the silver spoon that has enabled designers and product managers to get a deep insight into user behavioral patterns. On the one hand it’s allowed product managers more flexibility while conceptualizing user journeys, on the other hand it’s become a developers nightmare for being told to make 2 versions of the same component. “The general concept behind A/B testing is to create an experiment with a control group and one or more experimental groups (called