5 Useful Ruby and Rails based A/B Testing Tools
A/B testing or split testing is a process where users can test changes to your pages or apps against the current design with New design and determine which ones produce positive results and make more profits. Here five useful Ruby and Rails-based A/B Testing Tools and frameworks.
1 vanity A/B testing framework
Vanity is an experimental-driven A/B testing and development framework for Ruby and Rails. It’s an open-source bit of software that conducts A/B testing on your site and returns a simple report to you. You can also integrate Google Analytics data in your Vanity dashboard. – Vanity
2 Split – Rack-based A/B testing framework
Split is a rack-based A/B testing framework specially optimized for work with Ruby and Rails, Sinatra, or any other rack-based app. Abingo inspires the framework, and Vanity rails A/B testing plugins and Resque in its use of Redis. – split
seven_minute_abs is a simple A/B testing tool for Ruby and Rails. – seven_minute_abs
4 ABingo – Ruby & Rails-based A/B Testing Framework
ABingo is a Ruby and Rails-based A/B testing framework that works as a plugin. – A/Bingo
- Test display or behavioral differences in one line of code
- Measure any event as a conversion in one line of code.
- Eliminate guesswork: test for statistical significance in one line of code
- Blazingly fast, with minimal impact on page load times or server load.
- Written by programmers, for programmers. Marketing is an engineering discipline!
5 absurdity – A/B split testing framework
absurdity is a simple A/B split testing framework that offers multiple variants, multiple metrics, and multiple tracks per user. It provides a simple yet feature-rich display-only backend interface where you can access the results of any experiments. At the moment, it only supports Redis, 1.2.6 and higher, for backend storage of the experiments and metrics. – absurdity