📄️ Hosting web pages
📄️ Deploying HTTP servers
For deploying HTTP servers, any framework can be used so long as the package can be imported or the port can be opened. However, we also provide templates for Ruby on Rails, Django, Node (Express), and Sinatra.
📄️ Authenticating users with Repl Auth
This tutorial is an expansion of this one written by Mat
📄️ Embedding repls
In this guide, we'll show you how to embed a repl on another platform using an ``. We'll provide you with a set of query parameters you can use to render different previews of the same repl, and give you information on editing an embedded repl.
📄️ Enabling Always-on
Repls typically go to sleep after a period of inactivity. To make sure that your repl is restarted, you can use our Always-on functionality.
📄️ Streaming native graphics using VNC
Replit offers virtual network computing (VNC) functionality. VNC is a mature virtual desktop protocol that allows your repl to stream a native desktop to your web browser. By using this protocol, native applications (developed in Python, Java, C++, etc) can open desktop windows as they would on any physical computer.
📄️ Browsing and publishing repls
Apps is a brand new part of Replit where you can easily browse and publish repls for others to run, comment, and fork.
📄️ Strike system FAQ
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📄️ Using databases in Replit
You can use databases in repls to make programs that can both manage and store data. This guide will walk you through the basic operations for interacting with data in databases on Replit. These are CRUD operations, which involve creating, reading, updating, and deleting data. We'll also show you how to access databases and handy methods for managing your data.
📄️ Database FAQ
Replit Database is a simple, user-friendly key-value store inside of every repl. No configuration is required; you can get started right away!
📄️ Getting Started With Nix
Warning: Nix support on Replit is still under heavy development and is subject to change.