Dynamic config is a tool that replaces hard-coded values in your application with configuration parameters defined on the server. These configuration parameters can include any property across your client-side or server-side application code, from button colors to ranking configurations. This enables you to control the behavior of your application dynamically in near real-time.
Many technology companies use tools such as dynamic config to make their server-side code the source of truth for configurable application properties. For example, Spotify uses Remote Configuration to dynamically update properties of their clients or backend services.
To get started, see the Statsig guide to making your code more flexible with your first dynamic config.
To learn about all that you can do with dynamic config, see the Statsig tutorial on working with dynamic config.