5 useful Ruby and Rails-based A/B Testing Tools and framework
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 5 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 conduct A/B testing on your site and returns a simple report back 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. The framework is totally inspired by Abingo 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 work 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 offers 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