hi @goodness, I'm not sure if I understand what you're asking.
If you're asking if it's a good idea to use Laragon to run a production app (eg a live website users will be visiting), then no it's not a good choice. Mostly because Laragon only runs on Windows, and nearly all production servers use Linux. So not a good idea to use Laragon for a production app, nor do I know how you would do it.
But maybe you're asking if it's a good idea to develop an application on Laragon before deploying it to a live server somewhere. I think it's fairly good for that, especially if you make sure the version of the programming language in Laragon matches what you'll be using on the database server (eg both using PHP 7.1) and all the other software versions match up (eg both using Apache for the webserver, MySQL for the DB, etc).
However, most likely the server you'll be deploying to will be running on Linux, whereas Laragon only works on Windows, so there will be a few differences in how the app runs. (Eg, Windows directory separator is a backslash instead of a forward slash, and the filesystem is NOT case-sensitive.
So if you're doing using Laragon to DEVELOP an app, you probably just want to use it for initial development, then put your app on a staging server which more closely resembles your production server (where you'll probably notice a few discrepancies) and only then deploy your app to the production server.