I'm looking for a hosting service that will let me use JSP, ASP, servlets and beans. This is mostly for my educational use (so I can play around with this stuff), so I don't need a lot of bandwidth. Can anyone make suggestions as to where to start looking for this? Thanks Bruce.
Another freebie is resin from www.caucho.com Ajan [This message has been edited by Ajan Balakrishnan (edited February 17, 2001).]
Joined: Feb 16, 2001
Originally posted by Randall Twede: If it is for experimenting and you dont need bandwidth, why not do what I did? Get Apache/Tomcat for your own computer(it is free). I also got a free dynamic DNS service.
I'm running JRun and PWS at home which is working OK for most stuff. I really have to test it out to make sure it supports JSP, but I think it does. I would like a public server for things that I want to "show off" to others, perhaps for a job interview. Thanks Bruce.
Joined: Oct 21, 2000
Bruce, That is what I use mine for. The free dynamic DNS service I use(yi.org) is no longer taking new people at the moment(last i looked anyway) but there are others. I searched for free webhosting or something like that. The only drawback is my phone is always busy. http://javaguy.yi.org I have heard of places like you describe though. I would try a search on the internet. or try a search here. I know this question has been asked before. [This message has been edited by Randall Twede (edited February 17, 2001).]