I have deployed my shopify app on heroku and updated app url and redirection url in partners dashboard now after testing I found some bugs on it so now I have to change app url and redirection to my local host (ngrok) again to fix these bugs and then for testing I have to change it to heroku. Is there any way I can do both without changing urls because It is hard to change url's again and again for testing and bug fixing.
The easiest option is to create 2 separate apps: one for production, one for development. You need to make sure to turn off the option for automatically overwriting the app's redirect URL's in the Shopify CLI, whenever you're working on the production app. Use the command `npm run dev -- --reset` to change the settings.
Hi @Mohit_garg ,
what I do is to have a second app registered in the partners dashboard: a duplication of the production app. Any new releases just pushes the second app to production whenever a bug is fixed. So I do not have to change any urls. Hope this helps.
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