Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Hosting Node projects, part of Node.js First Look.
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Now that you've written some Node applications, you're ready to share them with the world.…But how can you take what you've written and get it to work on a public-facing web site?…Let's take a look at some options along with the benefits and drawbacks of each.…First, the primary benefit of a dedicated hosting environment is that it gives…you complete control over the Node environment.…That way you can use whichever version of Node you want and you can configure it…exactly the way you want it.…Another benefit to dedicated hosting is that you can run any other software…that you want on the server, so if you have something that you've written in…say Ruby or PHP or any other language, you can still run that of your dedicated…host alongside Node.…
Another benefit of dedicated hosting is that if you already have a provider that…you prefer to use for dedicated hosting, you can use Node with that.…However, there are some drawbacks to using dedicated hosting with Node.…The first drawback is that you're responsible for keeping Node up-to-date with patches.…
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