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Free Hosting for my Apex Application

femo_je@yahoo.co.uk
[email protected] Member Posts: 58 Blue Ribbon
edited November 2018 in APEX Discussions

Hello folks.

Where do I get free hosting for my first Apex (version 5.0.3.00.03) application?

What steps are involved?

Thanks for your responses.

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  • Jeremy Webb
    Jeremy Webb Member Posts: 259 Blue Ribbon
    edited November 2018

    If you are just looking for somewhere to try out Apex, i.e. not run a production application, then apex.oracle.com is totally free and great for this purpose.

    Other than that, you are unlikely to find any free Apex hosting anywhere.

  • TexasApexDeveloper
    TexasApexDeveloper Member Posts: 7,765 Gold Crown
    edited November 2018

    There is NO SUCH THING AS A FREE LUNCH....  Why would you expect someone to offer you a free hosted instance of APEX?

    There are CHEAP hosting services, but then again you get what you pay for (XE, limited disk space, limited version of database)

    Thank you,

    Tony Miller

    Los Alamos, NM

  • s1m0n
    s1m0n Member Posts: 70
    edited November 2018

    i use an AWS redhat server on EC2 Free tier ( one year free server. ) And have installed Oracle XE on this. Have not checked out the new XE 18

    Although it is limited, (storage, xe perfromance etc) it is working for me, but it is mostly a personal play around environment.

  • femo_je@yahoo.co.uk
    [email protected] Member Posts: 58 Blue Ribbon
    edited November 2018

    Hello Jeremy.

    Thank you for your response.

    Meanwhile, how do I go about the apex.oracle.com that you suggested?

    Regards,

    Femi

  • femo_je@yahoo.co.uk
    [email protected] Member Posts: 58 Blue Ribbon
    edited November 2018

    Okay.

    Thank you for your response

  • femo_je@yahoo.co.uk
    [email protected] Member Posts: 58 Blue Ribbon
    edited November 2018

    Thanks for your response.

  • Jeremy Webb
    Jeremy Webb Member Posts: 259 Blue Ribbon
    edited November 2018

    Go to the web site apex.oracle.com

    There you can register for free for an account and workspace.

    Then you can do development stuff.

    You will need to check the terms and conditions to ensure that you are aware of the restrictions of using that service.

    Regards,

    Jeremy

  • Franck N
    Franck N Member Posts: 1,016 Silver Trophy
    edited November 2018

    indeed,

    but for " Apex (version 5.0.3.00.03) "

    i am doubting very much.

  • Jeremy Webb
    Jeremy Webb Member Posts: 259 Blue Ribbon
    edited November 2018

    Sorry, missed that bit. If you are after free hosting, then really you won't be able to be too fussy about the version.

    However, what about Oracle XE? You could install this on a local machine, even Windows PC, and then install the version of Apex you require. This is totally free, with limitations on the amount memory, database size, number of processors. But it works, and is free, and you can choose whichever version of Apex you wish.

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