Dynamic Web Development with Seaside


At some point you certainly want to go public with your web application. This means you need to find a server that is publicly reachable and that can host your Seaside application. If your application is successful, you might need to scale it to handle thousands of concurrent users. All this requires some technical knowledge.

In Section 23.1 we are going to have a look at some best practices before deploying an application. Then in Section 23.2 we introduce Seaside-Hosting, a simple and free hosting service for non-commercial Seaside applications. Next, in Section 23.3 we present how to setup your own server using Apache. Last but not least, in Section 23.4, we demonstrate ways to maintain a deployed image.

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