We can host your static pages as well as your databases. The static content is stored as binary objects in a database table, but can be retrieved using natural concise URLs. Your app here runs under your own domain name. We generate HTML snapshots for any dynamic page hosted here. You can also include the initial content data in the static page, using our Inline SQL feature.
An SFTP server allows you upload and download the static content with any SFTP client.
We also provide site search for your site.
We have a ready to use module called RdbHost Authenticate which allows easy integration with Federated Login providers such as Google, Facebook and Twitter.
Tools & Utilities
A Bulk-data tool streams your complete database to and from your browser, or and from Amazon S3. This facilitates transferring an existing database into your RdbHost account. Should your application eventually outgrow our service, the bulk-data service helps you to move your data out.
RdbHost now supports Webhooks. Now you can use other hosts' webhooks to access your RdbHost account.
Pricing, and limits on free service, is documented here.
As would any hosting service, we provide reports on usage, and access to query logs.
Code your service in Python, on a client workstation, anywhere that is internet connected. Use the DB API 2 module to access your RdbHost database from your application anywhere. For desktop applications to be published, the white-listing feature can provide database safety, as even compiled Python can be reverse-compiled to extract authenticating data. See Video
The Object-Relational-Mapper SQLObject works with RdbHost databases, via the DB API module.
We provide an online database administration tool. See Video.