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Best hosting services for backend and frontend!

Best hosting services for backend and frontend!

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·Nov 1, 2021·

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Many people are afraid of publishing their site, they don't know where to publish it, and how to Here are a few free hosting services you should consider

Best hosting overall: infinitzhost.com

Awesome features:

  • 10 Addon Domains
  • 10 Subdomains
  • PHP hosting
  • Email hosting
  • SMTP
  • Powered by the CentOS Webpanel.


  • 2 databases
  • 2 GB max
  • 5GB Bandwidth

#1 - InfinityFree

infinityfree.net Free Unlimited Web Hosting for BOTH frontend and backend Completely free website hosting with unlimited disk space and bandwidth. It's a good option, and it's way better than 000webhost. Full .htaccess support, and CNAME records, with free SSL certificates


  • 50,000 hits in a day
  • Limited CPU and Inodes

#2 - Profreehost

profreehost.com This is an exact duplicate of InfinityFree, the only difference is that the forum isn't as good as InfinityFree's

  • Unlimited Diskspace
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • MySQL Databases
  • Easy Control Panel
  • Website Builder
  • 100% Free
  • No Hidden Costs
  • Free Subdomains
  • 99.9% Uptime
  • No Forced Ads


  • Same as InfinityFree

#3 - Netlify

netlify.com As per another post,

Netlify is everything you need to build fast, modern websites: continuous deployment, serverless functions, and so much more. ... But like the definition says, Netlify offers you cloud hosting services as well as present you with the ability to handle backend operations with its serverless backend service.

  • Built-in CI/CD
  • Domains & DNS management
  • Automated previews of every commit
  • Automated builds from Git
  • Deploy to global Edge network
  • Site previews for every push
  • Instant rollbacks to any version
  • Deploy static assets & dynamic serverless functions

#4 - Hostman

hostman.com Hostman is a good platform for deploying your app from github

  • Free up to 10 websites
  • Very fast (As far as my experience)


  • Static websites only, you need to pay for dynamic sites

#5 - Repl.it

repl.it Repl.it is a very powerful online code editor. It supports a wide variety of languages.

  • You can clone directly from github repository
  • Support forum


  • Only static sites are hosted

#6 - GitHub Pages

URL: Go to your github repository > Settings > Github Pages It's a quick and easy way to host your static site from github


  • Only static sites are hosted

#7 - Fleek

fleek.co Fleek makes it easy to build websites and apps on the new open web: permissionless, trustless, censorship resistant, and free of centralized gatekeepers.

#8 - Vercel

vercel.com Vercel combines the best developer experience with an obsessive focus on end-user performance.

#9 - Glitch

glitch.com Bypass setting up a local dev environment. Code, auto-deploy and collaborate in real-time with friends—all right in your browser.

It's a very good option!

#10 - Firebase

Firebase is a PaaS Google service. It allows you to create application backend easily without coding. It also allows you to host static websites for free. Firebase is very easy to use and provides a CLI to manage yours apps . They also support hosting cloud functions.

#11 - Begin

begin.com It's kind of like Netlify in a way

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