Thank you for visiting our Hackle User Guide.
We are excited to help you reach your full potential and grow with you every step of the way. 🙌
Through our user guide, you will find an overall guide to the Hackle dashboard, resources for developers (developer's guide), and pretty much everything else you need to know in order to kick-start your experience with Hackle.
Are you overwhelmed by the amount of information and don't know where to start?
Try following our recommended steps outlined below.
From the list below, find the case scenario that best applies to you at this current stage.
- I have no idea what an A/B test is.
- I don't know how to use the Hackle dashboard.
- I need a practice run-through where I can follow a step-by-step guide to create a sample A/B test.
- I am a developer and would like to be redirected to the developer’s guide.
Why don't you take a look at the brief overview of A/B testing described on our homepage.
You can also take a look at the following documents that cover some of the basic principles of A/B testing.
You will probably have additional questions after you read the above documents.
In that case, we recommend that you follow the links provided in each of the documents.
Have you taken a look at the Hackle Dashboard Introduction document? It provides a brief description of each element in the dashboard.
After that, we recommend that you take a look at the other sub-documents on the things you want to learn more about.
3. I need a practice run-through where I can follow a step-by-step guide to create a sample A/B test.
You can follow through with a practice experiment in two ways.
One is to create a sample A/B test experiment with a sample web browser (provided by us!) on the Hackle dashboard. Through this sample experiment, you will also be able to practice integrating the sample web browser to the Hackle server via an SDK. The sample web browser, HTML codes, and the steps needed for the practice experiment are outlined in the Sample A/B Test Practice Guide (Basic Coding Included)
However, since work on the developer side is required when linking with the Hackle server, the guide is recommended for a person with a beginner’s level of coding knowledge.
The other option is to look at the overall guide on the A/B test and indirectly gain an understanding of the different processes and functions we provide. Check out our Walkthrough Guide in Creating an A/B Test document.
You can find a whole category dedicated to SDK configuration on the left menu panel of the user guide.
Starting with the What is a SDK? document, we recommend that you read all the sub-documents.
Next, you can look at the SDK document that matches the language you develop in!
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