Sandbox and Live Modes refer to two different environments or settings used in software development or testing. In the Sandbox mode, developers can create and test their applications in a controlled and isolated environment. This allows them to experiment, identify and fix any issues or bugs without affecting the live or production environment. On the other hand, Live Mode is the actual production environment where the application is deployed and used by end-users. It is the live and operational version of the software. The distinction between these two modes ensures that developers have a safe space to test and refine their applications before releasing them to the public.