Cryptomator works with Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, ownCloud, Nextcloud and any other cloud storage service which synchronizes with a local directory. Since it’s open source, you can check for backdoors. Since it’s entirely client-side, you don’t have to trust anybody else’s machines.
This tool is surrounded by mountains of marketing speak, but it does seem like it offers a quick way to spin up different dev environments, which is cool. It has built-in recipes for WordPress, Drupal, LAMP, MEAN, and more. Here’s how you get started on Drupal 7, for example:
lando init \ --source remote \ --remote-url https://ftp.drupal.org/files/projects/drupal-7.59.tar.gz \ --remote-options="--strip-components 1" \ --recipe drupal7 --webroot . \ --name hello-drupal7
You can use these out of the box or start with a base language and mix in the things you need from there. Kinda like Docker Compose? Yeah, kinda like Docker Compose:
You can think of Lando as both an abstraction layer and superset of Docker Compose as well as a Docker Compose utility.
Cascadia Code is designed “to enhance the modern look and feel of the Windows Terminal”, but it also looks quite nice in VS Code or your text editor of choice.