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Syncthing (syncthing.net) might meet your needs. Runs on Windows, but also on Linux & Mac. Open-source, encrypted file transfers, real-time syncing, optional file versioning. You should be able to install it on a cloud server and have it just sync to whatever you want on your local machine. No static ip requirement - it figures out routing by itself. ...


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https://www.raidrive.com/ I am using it for WebDAV, but it also supports common clouds storages. Currently its free.


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As you specified online I immediately though of stackblitz. Which is Visual Studio Code online.


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Visual Studio Code is a free open source IDE available on Windows, macOS and Linux (since you didn't mention your OS). Just add a PHP extension for the syntax. MySQL extensions are also available if you want. Otherwise, you also have Visual Studio Community, which is free.


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For backing up data from servers, I'm using AzCopy v10 to synchronize local files to Azure Blob Storage. Local copy can be considered always authoritative. Only new/changed files are copied. Locally deleted files can be deleted from remote. Azure Blob Storage has settings to automatically retain deleted blobs for some time period. Azure offers additional ...


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