Can get the configured toggle value from the built-in default providers, or easily create and supply your own providers
Toggles should be real things (objects) not just a loosely typed string. This helps with removing the toggle after use:
If a toggle gets its value from a config file, and the config doesn’t exist or is invalid, then you’ll get an exception.
FeatureToggle will never attempt to guess whether a toggle is enabled or not.
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