I feel really asking this, but I've been looking over bitbucket documentation for hours and can't figure out how to work it into workflow. I'm working on a small team (3 of us) doing a php site, and we would like to be able to use bitbucket to version control our code. Ideally we'd have a place to view our working code (ourproject.bitbucket.org) and then see alternate branches at ourproject-branch1.bitbucket.org or something like that -- so we can view our branches and when we are happy with a new branch/version we can just push it to the main one, and, in theory also our actual site host. Is that possible? Or is there a better way to achieve that idea with BitBucket?
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