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    246 comments  ·  Storage » Files  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Nicholas Petersen commented  · 

    This would be big for the *many* dev tools that already allow interaction through FTP, whereas currently, to work with Azure requires a whole new mechanism built into whatever that tool is. For instance: Gulp.js. https://github.com/gulpjs/gulp/issues/465 There's a way to sync files that have changed to a remote source through FTP, as easy as:
    .pipe(sftp({
    host: host,
    auth: auth,
    remotePath: remotePath
    })
    As it is, this would take a whole new mechanism specific to Azure to be built into gulp. There are SO many scenarios like this, this would allow Azure to be targeted far more often without any new tooling capabilities.

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