How to handle different environments?

I'd love to use pipelines to build a real CICD environment, however I'm circling around how to handle environment variables.    The env variable values will change depending on if I'm deploying to production, staging or whatever environment.

I could handle this with different variables depending on the environment, however like the 12 Factor App describes "In a twelve-factor app, env vars are granular controls, each fully orthogonal to other env vars. They are never grouped together as “environments”, but instead are independently managed for each deploy."

Which I happen to agree with.  So, given this how are others managing their different deploys from Pipelines?

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Bitbucket Pipelines now has support for Deployment Variables. These are variables that are only defined for a single environment. So for example, you can have a variable mapping like:

Staging environment:


  RESOURCE_FILE = stg.yml



  RESOURCE_FILE = prod.yml

More details can be found here:

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