There are a lot of articles and blogs detailing the steps to link/split/migrate an MS Access app so that the back end is hosted on Azure SQL, e.g. this one.
However, all those articles seem to assume that table structure is in a fixed and final state.
But what if I'm just starting out with the development? If I link the back end to Azure SQL at the onset, do I then proceed to create tables in Access or directly on the Azure DB? What's the proper development workflow for keeping the synchronization while adding and editing tables?