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  1. #1
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    Google App Hosting - 4 day review

    Host is @ http://appengine.google.com
    Only supports Python, looks like.
    Just got the invite, played around with Django and some other crap.

    All pages load quick as hell.



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    Thanks for the review, looks very interesting.

    be sure to keep us updated!
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    When you say it only supports python, does that mean you can have just html and python? What about javascript, php, or a database?
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  4. #4
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    Simple shoutbox(?) app @ http://jakey.appspot.com btw.

    Quote Originally Posted by dvduval View Post
    When you say it only supports python, does that mean you can have just html and python? What about javascript, php, or a database?
    Uses some quasi-SQL thing called GQL.

    Just as for server side scripting it looks python only.
    You can use javascript, HTML, etc, you can upload static files.

  5. #5
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    I just started playing around with Google App Engine as well. Very nice! I'm building an application to track what I eat.

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