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Deploying—or pushing new code to a server—is an integral part of a developer’s daily workflow. Knowing the relationship between your computer (including your local development environment) and the Internet, as well as how to communicate between the two, is essential for every developer.
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Frequently asked questions about How to Deploy a Website
Before a website goes live, it’s coded in a development environment where developers can make tweaks and changes and ensure that everything operates as it should. Once it’s finished, the code is uploaded (or deployed) to a live environment, where people can find and interact with it on the internet.