As you begin development on an IOS, Android, or Amazon Echo app, you may soon realize that you will need a server to host the content that will be served to users accessing the application. Whether you are developing a new app, or looking for ways to save on app hosting costs, one question is critical. How much does an app server cost? The answer to this question of course varies wildly depending on who you are. As you can imagine, hosting the Netflix app will cost infinitely more than most apps that are starting to grow in popularity. However, we will outline in this article some of the standard app hosting prices so you can get a rough idea of how much you will need to spend.
Make Your Server Accessible From the Web
Android: The Low-Cost Web Server in Your Pocket
Need a low-powered device to run your website? Want to reclaim the space your web server is taking up? Would you like to share some information with people, either friends or the public, but don't have the finances to run a full-scale web server?
With an Android web server, developers can easily test their code without paying for a hosting service. Freelancers can carry a copy of the web tools they've built with them to show their clients. Home and small office users can even set up custom web tools for users on the local network. Click the link for KSWeb Interface and enter the default username and password admin and admin. Select System settings and change the default password from "admin" to something else. You can stick with the default, blank password but it is unadvisable to have a blank password, even if your server isn't connected to the Internet. Select a root directory for your site by tapping Document Root in the KSWEB app's settings menu and entering the appropriate file path. You can now visit your site by navigating to localhost on the Android device or by navigating to the IP address displayed by KSWeb. However, at this point, you will only see KSWEB's default home page and you will only be able to access it from within the local network.
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