Best way to sync between 2 computers

I have a home desktop and laptop that I want to be able to work on my projects no matter where I go and maybe even my work laptop from time to time. This was something I can do with ease with Bubble due to the “hosted” solution. What would be the best approach to mirror what I can do in Bubble?

Thanks

Hi @sevenrice,

The best way would be to use the integrated GIT Repositories that Wappler offers. This would allow you to work on any number of computers and share your project with others as well.

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@sevenrice
Git is definitely a great way to do this.

There are also some people i’ve seen in our community using google drive folders, to sync between different computers.

Also, if you are working on a remote target, like your hosting, you can always use the “Get” option to get the latest uploaded changes from there.

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I would use GIT instead of a solution like dropbox. GIT not only allows you to keep in sync but it offers much more.

Regarding keeping databases in sync locally that is another whole story. As I haven’t found yet a satisfactory way that matches my workflow I have gone hosted.

I sign up for the free heroku plan and host my development database there.

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I have been using DropBox for a long time, even back with Dreamweaver. I have not had any issues at all syncing between my home computer and my work computer. My .NET team uses it also, and we sync hundreds of thousands of files without issue. I also use GIT on some sites, but I also use DropBox with those as well. DropBox even does versioning control, and it works pretty well.

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I rarely ever work from a second machine butt I doo have a second one set up as a back up. I use OneDrive for my projects and haven’t thad any issues yet.

https://conveyor.com

I use it for free with 2 users in 1 workspace - one for laptop and one for desktop