Sandbox environments are useful for software developers as they provide a controlled and isolated environment where developers can experiments and test without affecting the production environment. No real data is created, it is a virtual environment that replicates an existing live environment.
A sandbox environment serves as a valuable resource for developers who are starting to explore the API and also acts as a User Acceptance (UAT) environment.
This allows a developer to experiment with new changed before implementing them in the production environment. The sandbox account functions just like the production account except with one key different; when it comes to external API communication with your customers' third-party applications (such as Quickbooks or Salesforce), you’ll use sandbox API credentials instead of production credentials.
Create An Account:
You may create a sandbox account, either through the Portal or through the API to begin testing.
Set Up The Sandbox:
After creating an account, you can start using Boss Insight’s Sandbox Accounting Application to begin exploring and have access to sample datasets as they would appear through specific integrations.