Not always will be lords and masters of a VPS with SSH connection to upload into production our projects. Sometimes we'll find servers where the only option for upload your code will be using the FTP protocol, which is a bummer when one or more do deploys in a day. If you work with Git, I'll teach you my method to upload the commits to a ftp server without changing the technology.
brew install curl --with-ssl --with-libssh2 brew install git-ftp
Go to your project folder and execute the following using your credentials:
git config git-ftp.url ftp.example.net git config git-ftp.user ftp-user git config git-ftp.password "secr3t"
Now upload all files with git ftp init or if the files is already on the server: git ftp catchup
Not much mystery. Use git to commit your repo as you do normally, but when you want to upload the changes to ftp, use the command git ftp push. An example:
echo "new content" >> index.txt git commit -am "Add new content" git push remote master # commit to our server git ftp push # upload changes to ftp
Link: github.com > git-ftp