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When’s the last time you SFTP’d (or the like) into a server and changed a file directly?

In the grand tradition of every single poll question I've ever posted, the poll below has a has a fundamental flaw. In this case, there is no option between "In the last month" and "Never" but, alas, the results are interesting:

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Transmit Droplets

Ethan Marcotte documented his workflow for storing GIFs in a web directory. Sometimes just SFTPing files into a folder is as fancy a workflow as you need, and in fact, modern workflows don't have anything on it!

I've also used Transmit's fancy features for this kind of thing. I prefer saving the connection as a Droplet, which is basically a little application you can drop a file onto and have it upload to exactly where you want it...say a GIF … Read article

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GitFTP-Deploy

Let's set the scene. Say you are a web freelancer and are almost finished with a client's new website. Over the years, you have learned the hard way not to edit the files directly over FTP. It's too easy to make breaking changes with no record of what changed and who did what. Nowadays you are using Git to manage the version of the files. Let's cover that, and also the last mile: deploying only the files known to be changed to the server.

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