How to organize git client?

There is a project (1) on which I will work for a long time. How to better organize the github repository, not even for themselves but for the client to see which files I worked, what changed, etc, ie manually each time to make comity with opsmanjam via the console. For visual perception can set the GUI github? Ie I want to work directly with the files via FTP, but that was a log in the git, how to do it?
July 9th 19 at 12:57
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July 9th 19 at 12:59
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Don't really understand the problem. You drive the project under git. and then this repository posite in the storage type github or bitbucket. and then every time a bunch of changes made the commits and the client can go to bitbucket or github and see the history of commits. click on the individual commit and see putilovo where you removed where added. here, the scheme couldn't be simpler
July 9th 19 at 13:01
If I understand You correctly, you suggest to look towards a full-fledged IDE, for example, from JetBrains.
There you can connect and ftp, and git, and generally anything.

Made full changes to any functionality- > commit and push to repository -> client - > already watching github/networks/bitbucket. And the visual component depends on the selected vault.

Of course you can give the customer some gitKraken and let himself locally copies the project and updates the looks, etc. But this is not so.

And forget about ftp and discover the world of Continuous Integration, or in the extreme case do everything through git.
Made changes at -> sent on github/networks/bitbucket -> I updated the repository on the server
July 9th 19 at 13:03
Ie I want to work directly with the files via FTP, but that was a log in the git, how to do it?

In my opinion you do not understand what VCS are and what they mean.
July 9th 19 at 13:05
For this there are different things for project management. And git Express for vnutriserdecna graters programmers.

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