Be nice. Or else.
I am always going with a custom script (mostly if clients just want a preview of the page) that is going to deploy the html page to an s3 bucket and then the link is pulled out.
If I am going to deploy Ruby on Rails I am using Capistrano
If I am going to deploy Wordpress, I am currently looking into Flywheel
If I am going to deploy a static page for production, I am going with
rsyncwrapper and writing a custom node script again.
Just got spammed by Flywheel on Facebook Ads. But nice service. Definitely looking into this one for the next WP project.
Not true. Got featured, never got any client through Behance, though!
Thanks for the opportunity and the AMA. What are the things in the backyard you are doing? I mean, are you powering Git or are you using a whole new "sync-mechanism"? Also, how the syncing working? Automatically like Dropbox, or manual commits?
Please stop posting dribbble links here.
How did you post this then?
Why remote only?
Instantly bought this. I did one myself using Electron, but it was kind of buggy and I was constantly using the web version only. Worth every penny of the 3 bucks for me!
For 19 years, Dreamweaver has been the solution for creating millions of websites of all types and sizes.
I don't know anyone, that has worked with Dreamweaver over the last 10 years... :D
Looked forward to the release, though. But this is still to overblown for me. The thing I like with simple text editors like Sublime Text or Atom is the easy interface and that there are only the features I like.