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Abdullah Furkan Özbek
Abdullah Furkan Özbek

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5 Ways To Host Your Applications

1. Surge

Surge is a cloud platform for hosting static websites, which is extremely simple to use but offers customization options for those who need them.

Surge

2. Firebase

Firebase Hosting is a fully managed hosting service for static and dynamic content as well as microservices.

The service is backed by SSD storage and a global CDN (content delivery network).

Firebase

3. Vercel

Vercel is a hosting platform for frontend frameworks. After you create a pr it will automatically create an environment for you so that the team can check it before merging it. So useful!

Vercel

4. Github Pages

GitHub Pages is a static site hosting service that takes HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files straight from a repository on GitHub, optionally runs the files through a build process and publishes a website

Github Pages

5. Netlify

Netlify is a web hosting and automation platform that accelerates development productivity

I deployed most of my projects to Netlify because it is so easy to use, it is supporting custom domains, and much more.

Netlify


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shapa

man you forgot heroku

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Abdullah Furkan Özbek Author

Yeah, that also counts 🥲

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Jones Zachariah Noel
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Abdullah Furkan Özbek Author

Yes, actually I have never use it but I think I will take a look at it. Thank you!

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Jones Zachariah Noel

I've used Firebase and Vercel before just that now AWS makes it easier for me as my other APIs database are hosted on AWS. That's my transition from Firebase/Vercel to AWS.
Do check it out! You will be amazed to try out the cool features.

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Abdullah Furkan Özbek Author

Thank you, I will check it out 🙌🏻

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Ritabrata Das

Can you publish an article on how to deploy the applications at these hosting sites??

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Abdullah Furkan Özbek Author
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Abdullah Furkan Özbek Author

That is a good idea. Maybe not all of them.

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Robin Schulz

I'm using Github Pages for literarily everything static that doesn't generate much traffic.

Moreover, setting up a custom (sub-)domain is easy if you have access to your domain's DNS records.

cheers

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brandon_wallace

You forgot about Virtual Private Servers (VPS), Heroku, and hosting from your own personal home server (not recommended). So there are at least 8 ways to host your application. You might want to expand your article LOL.

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Đồng Phục Hải Triều

Vercel, my choice!

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Abdullah Furkan Özbek Author • Edited on

Yeah, definitely an useful tool. I like netlify more though 😅

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Joshua

lol i use netlify or github for static sites and heokuapp for web apps

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SaraAishley

Is there any source for hosting my application free ? best tantrik in Patna