Your Sales Force Automation application is now not only fully developed but also fully bug free , thanks to some thoroughgoing quality assurance in the previous chapter.
The process of getting your application uploaded onto a production server might have seemed simple enough when you first started out in Web development, but for a true professional there is, as ever, a best practice to be followed. This best practice is not just posturing. It is vital to version control and quality assurance two subjects touched upon elsewhere in this book.
In this short chapter, you'll learn about structuring a server environment for a development team and managing the transition of source code between each server. You'll also examine how and when to apply each transition to match the immediate commercial objects of both your team and your client.