Backend and Infrastructure

Use Pantheon Multidev

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In this tutorial we're going to dive into using Pantheon's Multidev feature. To demonstrate how this works we'll first create a new Multidev environment by cloning the existing Dev environment. Once switched over to this new branch in Git, we'll quickly edit some code and push that to our repo. We'll use Multidev to review the new code in our dashboard, and then merge that branch into the Dev master branch. With the full process complete, we can delete that branch, and the environment with it.

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Pantheon Multidev Workflow (