You can configure each Appfarm Client environment in your solution separately. You can enable or disable platform features, set solution-wide defaults that will apply across all apps, and customize settings to ensure your apps work as expected.
It is common to maintain different environment configurations, particularly between Development and Production. For example, in Development and Test it is very helpful to have client logs enabled but this is not typically enabled in Production. On the other hand, you might have Schedules enabled in Production, but not in any other environment.
In general it is a good idea to only enable the features and configurations that are required for your apps and services to run in a given environment. This will help keep your solution safe from unintended issues.
By default, Appfarm implements a strict set of content security settings to protect users against common attacks. However, we also allow for easy integration with third-party services and sites and you may need to allow their domains within the following policies.
User accounts are global resources. Changes to user accounts in any environment will affect production. The settings below are automatically cleared every night for Development, Test and Staging to prevent unintended user changes.
Add meta tags and import custom scripts into your apps by creating custom header tags. Example use cases include additional open graph meta tags, analytics scripts, and third-party chatbots.
Custom header tags will be added to every app in the given environment. Controlling the tags at the environment level can be useful to customize or restrict analytics scripts that collect page views or track user behaviour.