[Newbies] put seaside application online

Mike Stramba mikestramba at gmail.com
Tue Mar 23 10:41:50 UTC 2010


... would be the quickest, easiest way to get it online .

I'm curious about how to "roll your own" as well, I'll keep an eye on
this thread, and do some testing / searching as well.

"What is Seaside-Hosting?

Seaside-Hosting is a free hosting service for non-commercial Seaside
applications. In contrast to a standard file hosting or a virtual
server hosting this service provides a simple to use interface to set
up and run your Seaside applications. It allows you to put your own
application online within minutes.

Seaside-Hosting offers 256 MB of file-space for saving the Pharo and
Squeak web-application image and static files, e.g, pictures or style
sheets which you want to use as part of your application.
What isn't Seaside-Hosting?

Do not register for an account if you want to serve files, if you need
full access to the server, need a database, or if you have a
commercial application. Seaside-Hosting does not offer you to run PHP,
ASP, Perl etc. If you need such a hosting or additional capabilities,
please contact us at seasidehosting at netstyle.ch."

On 3/23/10, Michael Delache <vladmanchev at gmail.com> wrote:
> hi all, i'm developping a web application and i have a personal web
> server with apache on it. what i would to do is putting my application
> on my server so other people working on it can have a look at my
> application and see what it does. how can i do that?
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