Several times now, I have struggled to find a suitable Django-friendly host for my projects. Each time, the community has responded with advice on where these projects should or shouldn’t call home.
Now there’s a place this helpful information can call home.
In your quest for a django-friendly web host, you need not look any further than djangofriendly.com.
Voting: Like your host? Vote ‘em up. Don’t like your host? Vote ‘em down. Hosts with the best score get promoted to the top of the list.
Commenting: Let the community know why you love/hate your current or past hosts.
Links: Find or add tutorials and other helpful information for each listed host.
Together, this information should provide users with plenty of support in finding the best Django hosting environments.
The site has been a lot of fun to plan and build. I hope the Django community that has given so much to me finds this useful. It’s my way of giving a little something back.
I plan to add the ability for users to add new, and edit existing hosts shortly. I’m also open for any other suggestions (leave them in the comments)!
Also, some hosts that provide referral programs are linked with embedded referral codes. Djangofriendly does not exist to make money, but I figure if the referral codes don’t harm the experience, there shouldn’t be any conflict. I hope the users feel the same way, but if there’s enough negative feedback, I’ll consider changing the current affiliate policy.
Please, enjoy the new site, and let the community know which hosts are the friendliest. The more voting and commenting, the better this resource will be!