C# ASP.NET free hosting

Started by nesterland, Sep 08, 2022, 02:28 AM

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nesterlandTopic starter

Maybe somebody knows a good free hosting on C# ASP.NET technology?
I don't need a VPS. Just WINDOWS hosting.
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tinjuashok

Found this one - https://somee.com/FreeAspNetHosting.aspx I have registered, I will try.
On somee.com monthly traffic of 5GB is very small. Therefore, if the server where the site is located is temporarily stopped, then there is no remote connection to the database. Then your site will simply not load without any messages.
For tests https://smarterasp.net . They have a trial period of 60 days. Probably, after the expiration, you can re-register from another email. In order not to enter a long address, you can take a short domain for free here: http://www.dot.tk
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arthyk

The advantages of a Windows server are only in the alleged possibility of faster access to its functions, but this is not essential. In any case, there are providers that provide this type of hosting freely. I advise you to pay attention to this: https://freeasphosting.net/ - full support for ASP.NET core, 5GB of disk space and MS SQL database.
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jobtardis

Among the free hosting services for the site on ASP.net MVC, I found only two. I'm sure there are more, but I think these are enough:
Hosting from https://somee.com/
Hosting from https://appharbor.com/

Yes, both hosting sites are English-speaking, but developers should have no problems with the language, everything is intuitive and simple.

Hosting from somee.com offers the following conditions:
Free Asp.net web hosting
150 megabytes of disk space and 5 gigabytes for traffic
Support ASP.net versions from 1.0 to 4.5
15 megabytes for the MSSQL database 2005, 2008 and 2019
A free third-level domain of the type *.somee.com
Access to the site via FTP
This is more than enough for a simple test site or example. For large and serious projects, this hosting is not capable, like most of its free rivals.

You can use this hosting to demonstrate your projects, they will not withstand heavy loads.
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