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over 4 years ago from Jonathan Simcoe, Co-Founder → A Kids Book About

  • Hardi KHardi K, over 4 years ago

    I'm a bit confused as to what kind of hosting would Kirby need, since it uses static files? Currently I'm using Now, but that only allows immutable deploys—so impossible to update files later.

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    • Bastian Allgeier, over 4 years ago

      Any kind of simple PHP hosting works. That can be a cheap shared hosting package or a VPS. You can find more about the requirements here: I can't tell if it's working on Now. We haven't tried that yet. But you can also use it as a data source for static site generators, or use Kirby itself as static site generator. In this case you end up with static files and they can be hosted everywhere. But you still can make use of our powerful admin interface.

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    • Jonathan SimcoeJonathan Simcoe, over 4 years ago

      I've really enjoyed using Laravel Forge for hosting. It connects to a your DigitalOcean Droplet or AWS, is affordable, and a very scalable way to host sites, manage SSL, and so forth.

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