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github linode / manager / packages / manager / src / containers / withFeatureFlagProvider.container.ts View on Github external
import { useLDClient, withLDProvider } from 'launchdarkly-react-client-sdk';

import { LAUNCH_DARKLY_API_KEY } from 'src/constants';

export { useLDClient };

 * only wrap the component in the HOC if we've passed
 * the Launch Darkly API key as an environment variable.
 * Otherwise, we can't communicate with the Launch Darkly API
 * which makes this HOC have no effect - just return the component
 * as normal in this case
const featureFlagProvider = LAUNCH_DARKLY_API_KEY
  ? withLDProvider({
      clientSideID: LAUNCH_DARKLY_API_KEY,
       * Initialize the app with an anonymous user.
      user: {
        key: 'anonymous',
        anonymous: true
  : (component: React.ComponentType) => component;

export default featureFlagProvider;


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