Setting up dropbox is very easy to do. Create an account, then download the app to whatever computer you want to sync with. Dropbox ask to select where do you want to create the folders. This mater folder will be where you want to put any files/folders that you want to sync. Then when you create a project in Wappler, use the folder that is in your dropbox directory. Treat it as any other Windows or Mac folder/file structure. You don’t have to worry about the file path being the same on your different computers. On my laptop it is under my main documents directory. On my desktop, it’s in a folder that’s on a second drive.
My work flow is I go to the office and work on my office computer all day. When I go home or work from home, I sit down at my home computer, and all of the file changes are there, no syncing. The other great thing about Dropbox that I haven’t seen on other products like that, or maybe it’s harder to find, but on the DropBox website when you look at your files, you can right click and tell it to show version history and you can revert a file and it will automatically replace the synced file.
I’ve used OneDrive and others in the past, but I would always have issues with files not syncing because they were open or in use. Having used DropBox for about 6 or 7 years, I’ve never had a syncing issue. When you save a file, it syncs, no matter if it’s open or not.
If you are in an organization that uses Git, then Git is the best way to go. However if it’s just you, or if you have a smaller group, personally I find it easier to use DropBox. No remembering to commit your changes. Hope this helps Norm.