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Doug Nebeker ("Doug")
I just got an idea that for my new product website. Let me explain it:
1 register my domain, example.com
2 setup website example.com on google app engine with static pages. Jekyll can help me on it a lots.
3 put download files on google drive and dropbox, as public shareing. Both of them have this options.
Is these against Google's policy? since my website is commercial, even it's small.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
I think you will have no problems, but in the future I advise to buy commercial hosting.
@Alex thanks. I think you are right. google does not promise a 'solid' services for free(that's reasonable), however I think this is a solution for testing project.
Friday, March 14, 2014
See also "How I moved my websites to Dropbox and GitHub" - http://alexcican.com/post/guide-hosting-website-dropbox-github
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