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Old 06-10-2009, 06:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Easy and cheap web developement in Java with the google App Engine

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cheap Java hosting I've been hoping for a cheap Java hosting solution for years, as I feel Java programming is the most joyous experience. Especially thanks to the terrific API documentation. Today it was in the news google has added Java as a programming environment for it's app engine online application platform. And it is free, free within limits but it doesn't seem to me I'm going to get past their limits quickly as resources you can freely use are enough for 6 million monthly visits. If I get that kind of attention I will gladly pay the 10 cent a Gig transfer rate.



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