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Alec Porter
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What site would be the best for Applet hosting? I'm trying to get my Applets on a site and was wondering whats a good site host that allows this.
Wouter Oet
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Any host can host this. Because the Applet runs on the client side and for the hoster it's just a file.


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Alec Porter
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So whats a good site?
Abimaran Kugathasan
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Alec Porter wrote:So whats a good site?

Any hosting site will be good. Because, for server side, it just a binary file which is to be supplied to client. It's up to the client to use it in a appropriate way.


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Alec Porter
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Do you have any suggestions?
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Alec Porter
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Let me rephrase this, is there a site that you would recommend for its quality and price that would be of the best value. A list of sites is easy to come by but by experience would be the only way to know right from wrong and that's why I'm asking from you guys since you have experienced it. I know only enough, that all the sites don't have the same price and quality. That's why I'm asking you for your opinion assuming you've done this before. I've only done this twice with Godaddy and Byethost and the service was not commendable. So this is why I ask from you your opinions to learn for your positive results. So what sites would you recommend using?
Rob Spoor
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