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5by5T
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ALM Portal and Model-driven app

Hello, 

 

I'm looking on some advice for how to handle ALM with regards to a larger project we've been working on. 

I have currently have a sandbox environment where we have built a model-driven app for the client. The 2 administrators using this model-driven app have user accounts in our organization, so we don't need to export this solution to another tenant/organization or anything.  We also have a portal in the same environment (sandbox as well). As we are preparing to launch, I am wondering how is best to manage development after we launch. Since everything is working pretty solidly in this environment I'd hate to move anything. I am wondering if I change the environment to Production and the portal to production, how will that affect development? Would I need to create another environment for us to continue working on it in sandbox while the client uses it in production? I want to make sure we can still easily continue development and test both the portal and the model-driven app while they are being used. 
I've been looked at the Microsoft documentation on a lot of these things, but am still struggling to understand and find the best option for this scenario. 

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