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Top 10 Netlify Alternatives

Netlify Back4App GitLab Pages Firebase GitHub Pages Amazon S3 Heroku Vercel Render UIKit Pancake.io
  1. Build, deploy and host your static site or app with a drag and drop interface and automatic delpoys from GitHub or Bitbucket
    Although Netlify is a credible static app hosting and deployment platform for all sizes of businesses. But if you still want alternatives, then you should consider our suggested Netlify alternatives. This guide displays all these alternatives to Netlify in detail with pricing structure and core properties. Hopefully, you will pick a suitable option for your project.

    #Cloud Computing #CDN #Content Distribution 105 social mentions

  2. Low code backend to build apps faster and scale easily.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    • Freemium
    • $25.0 / Monthly
    Auto-Scaling — Back4App is also a very scalable platform just like Netlify. To fulfill the scaling needs of developers, it is constructed with great scalability. Servers could be approached anytime on Back4App to extend and reduce resources.

    #Backend As A Service #Mobile Backend #Low Code 1 social mentions

  3. GitLab Pages you can create static websites for your GitLab projects, groups, or user accounts. 
    GitLab Pages doesn’t own any specific pricing model. Many premium properties could only be accessed under GitLab pricing. With monthly 10 GB transfer and 5 GB storage, it is free to use GitLab. However, Premium and Ultimate plans of GitLab bill $19/user and $99/user per month, respectively.

    #Cloud Computing #Website Builder #Static Site Generators

  4. Firebase is a cloud service designed to power real-time, collaborative applications for mobile and web.
    Firebase is one of the optimal Netlify alternatives that provides all products to create, engage, release and monitor mobile and web applications. This free to start site like Netlify allows developers to quickly deploy, launch, and host a web application.

    #Developer Tools #App Development #Backend As A Service 250 social mentions

  5. A free, static web host for open-source projects on GitHub
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    Static Site Generators — It is a good way for developers to build sites on GitHub pages with the help of site generators. Yes, it has the ability to publish and release any static file. But it is recommended to proceed with Jekyll.

    #Static Site Generators #Developer Tools #Cloud Computing 467 social mentions

  6. Amazon S3 is an object storage where users can store data from their business on a safe, cloud-based platform. Amazon S3 operates in 54 availability zones within 18 graphic regions and 1 local region.
    Amazon S3 is referred to as Amazon Simple Storage Service. It is basically a cloud storage service that was initially released in 2006. This product of Amazon Web Services (AWS) handles big data analytics, provides online data backups and helps in web-scale computing.

    #Cloud Hosting #Object Storage #Cloud Storage 175 social mentions

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    Agile deployment platform for Ruby, Node.js, Clojure, Java, Python, and Scala. Setup takes only minutes and deploys are instant through git. Leave tedious server maintenance to Heroku and focus on your code.
    Heroku is another alternative to Netlify that doesn’t only host static websites but has the ability to host dynamic websites. This PaaS platform was launched in 2007 and conferred highly scalable features to deploy, host and launch applications.

    #Cloud Computing #Cloud Hosting #VPS 72 social mentions

  8. 8
    Vercel is the platform for frontend developers, providing the speed and reliability innovators need to create at the moment of inspiration.
    With 99.99% uptime and 24 billion+ weekly requests, Vercel is a reliable Netlify substitute. This serverless ecosystem started its journey in 2016 and has served 10 PB data by now. Like Netlify, it also takes a few minutes to deploy, preview and launch an application.

    #Developer Tools #Web Development Tools #App Deployment 531 social mentions

  9. React-inspired Swift library for writing UIKit UIs
    Render is an entirely free platform when it comes to host static sites. Luckily, it provides 100 GB bandwidth under its Static Sites plan. However, Render Disks costs you $0.25 per GB and month.

    #Cloud Computing #DevOps Tools #VPS

  10. Publication platform(host) for static sites
    You can seamlessly upload your Dropbox project on Pancake.io by following a few simple steps. In this regard, you will have to visit the Projects page of this cloud hosting provider. Unfortunately, developers usually get into trouble with the autopilot mode of this platform.

    #CDN #Cloud Computing #CMS

  11. An Open-Source Platform for Deploying Static Apps.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    StaticDeploy is an open-source alternative to Netlify that has the ability to deploy static applications. It is fast to deploy a project with StaticDeploy. Yes, it doesn’t ask for signup or any typical registration in this regard. You just have to click on the ‘Get Started’ tab that is available on its official website’s homepage.

    #Cloud Computing #Website Builder #Static Site Generators 1 social mentions

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