I’m the web developer for NFT, a theatre with a 50 year history of producing plays in New York City. For their 50th anniversary, I’m thinking of using Pods to develop an application supporting a searchable version of this history, allowing searches by Play title, playwrights, actors, directors, etc. It’s complicated by the fact that individuals can perform multiple roles, i.e. an actor can become a director, and write a play, especially over 50 years.
This is a several-week effort so I’m planning to develop it initially offline, and then migrate it to the public site when it’s reasonably complete and stable. I’m worried, in the meantime, that my development site will get out of sync with the production site. So my questions are these:
Are there tools or documentation anywhere to assist developers like me to migrate a pod application to a production site?
If I need to do this manually, how hard is it? Could I use, for example, the wordpress export format to move the custom taxonomies and post types, and, say phpmyadmin to transfer the necessary tables?
I assume I’d need to run some queries on the development databases to update URLs for the production site. Do you see any special issues in doing that?
Any advice you can offer at this point would be appreciated. Currently, as I’m still exploring whether to use Pods, I’m looking for high-level advice rather than details.
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