Fri Jan 14 2022 (4 months ago)
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In this article, I am going to list 3 hosting service providers where you can host React applications. This article only aims for pricing metrics but not about how can you host the application. All these hosting providers have been used by me.
Heroku is a cloud platform as a service supporting several programming languages. One of the first cloud platforms, Heroku has been in development since June 2007, when it supported only the Ruby programming language, but now supports Java, Node.js, Scala, Clojure, Python, PHP, and Go.
Heroku provides 550-1,000 dyno hours per month. To get 1000 dyno hours per month, you need to signup with a credit card. Even you don't have a credit card, then you can simply host your application by signing up by email. You'll get 550 dyno hours per month. You can run your server hours a day.
|Number of process types||2|
Netlify is a San Francisco-based cloud computing company that offers hosting and serverless backend services for web applications and static websites.
Netifly does not allow you to host a standalone server on their platform. You can only have static sites or serverless functions. So, there is no concept like Dyno hours, RAM, etc. Instead, Netifly limits us in the amount of bandwidth used by the website.
|Build minutes||300 minutes /month|
|Serverless functions||125K per site/month|
Vercel combines the best developer experience with an obsessive focus on end-user performance.
Our platform enables frontend teams to do their best work.
Vercel does not allow you to host a standalone server on their platform. You can only have static sites or serverless functions. So, there is no concept like Dyno hours, RAM, etc. Instead, Netifly limits us in the amount of bandwidth used by the website.
|Build minutes||6,000 minutes|
|Serverless Function Execution||100 GB-hours|
|Edge Functions (Beta)||100,000 invocations per day|
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