Hosting Node.js apps with MongoDB databases can become a frustrating task. While shared hosting companies don’t provide solutions for Node.js and some cloud companies don’t provide MongoDB solutions there’s a solution.
And that solution is DPLYR which is a tool that helps developers just like you to deploy websites on the cloud and easily and for free. and that includes Host Node.js

Let’s get through how to use DPLYR:
1 – Go to the cloud provider that you like we prefer AWS ( Amazon web services) and create a VM then choose Ubuntu.
You can refer to our guide on how to create a VM on AWS here.

AWS landing page
AWS landing page

2- Go to dplyr.dev and create a free account. A credit card isn’t required. It’s a straight forward process and it will not take more than a minute.

DPLYR landing page
DPLYR landing page

3- Create a new Deployment: Go to app.dplyr.dev and after you log in, you can go to Deployments then create a New Deployment and fill the form with the information about your project (Git link, the technology you are using, the database you are using, database connection details). Then click DPLYR it

DPLYR deployments page
Deployments page in DPLYR

4- VOILA. The website is successfully deployed in less than 5 minutes. Congrats. Enjoy your website. Don’t forget to thank DPLYR for this service.

This is was how to Host Node.js on the cloud easily and for free. If you enjoy it don’t forget to share it on your favorite social platforms and give DPLYR a try.


I'm Ahmed M. Gamal the co-founder and CEO of DPLYR

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