Working in a team project which uses VPN as a virual host where you will see your own changes or can be viewed by team members, however everytime someone made a change and you need to pull from GIT or other Version Control tools, you need to send these changes to the remote server, here is how I automated my process, or at least reduce the process, I am using sublime as my IDE, most people recommend PHP Storm for our project, however I just like to stay with sublime for their lightweight and packages, I installed SFTP for sublime which comes with a trial of 30 days, or you can pay after that for $20 bucks, SFTP allow me to sync local files and folder to remote or remote to local, or two ways sync.
There is a settings that I love alot is the
[cc lang=”php”]”upload_on_save”: true
Once you click save, the file will be automatically send to remote, and there are so much settings you can do with SFTP sublime.
Just check official Usage page.
However!!! It does not watch my folder, when I do a Git pull, there are so much files downloaded and files changes, the bad thing is SFTP does not watch that for me and upload these changes to remote.
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