Last post Dec 20, 2009 09:32 AM by anzer
Dec 19, 2009 08:23 AM|batool|LINK
I have no idea about how to put my application on the web.
I need a website that is capable of running (asp.net, SQL2005, AJAX, obout controls (www.obout.com) + I need to send emails and SMSs to subscribers) + users might upload small files.
Q1: From where to buy the domain and hosting?
Q2: How difficult is it to update the application on the web. For example, if I need to add more pages, coding or even updating the database.
Any help would be appreciated.
Dec 19, 2009 12:31 PM|urstop|LINK
There are many hosting solutions which you can look for on the net. I have recently(week back) recommended Arvixe.com to one my clients. It looks good so far. May be you can give it a try.
Dec 20, 2009 09:22 AM|HostingASPNet|LINK
"Q1: From where to buy the domain and hosting?"
- You could start with shared hosting solution, just take in mind that the hosting provide location will be good to be the same like your customers location i.e. USA, Europe...You could check DiscountASP, they have great support and datacenters located in
USA and UK.
"Q2: How difficult is it to update the application on the web. For example, if I need to add more pages, coding or even updating the database."
- Most hosting providers offer web tools, su you could easily update your .NET project. You could also use FTP and SQL Server Management Studio.
Dec 20, 2009 09:32 AM|anzer|LINK
You will find 1000 of asp.net web hosting providers if you simply search for "asp.net hosting"
If you are looking for cheap hosting, I will suggest you to try www.hostingfest.com.. They provide both domain name and hosting with database.. and the prices are cheap..
Hosting a site is very easy.. just upload your local files to the server using some
FTP client .. make proper settings in web.config.. move your database to server by generating the script from local and executing in the server,.. or some server people will help you to restore your database in the server from .bak file..
The easiness of managing the live site will depend on the complexity of your site and how you architected your site..