173 - What does Pre-Production mean?


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What does Pre-Production mean in Web Development?

In Film or TV Pre-Production means work done before full-scale production begins. So what does this mean in the context for Web Development.

In Web development Pre-Production is a term used for define anything that happens before deploying to production.

During Pre-Production many environments could be created such as

  • Development environments
  • Build environments
  • Staging environments
  • Demo environments
  • Shared environments

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