1mbsite

Create and share a website under 1 megabyte with the world

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1mbsite is a free platform for creating websites. Website code can’t exceed 1 megabyte in size, but don’t let that fool you: you can build whatever your heart desires.

Reviews

  • Nick Schwaderer
    Nick SchwadererRuby on Rails Developer, OHQ
    Pros: 

    Easy to understand and use out of the box, very lightweight

    Cons: 

    This may be early stages, developer documentation appears to be somewhat light

    I appreciate the concept about ease of deployment, getting things up, and using small sizes for the site. Definitely will be watching this going forward.

    Nick Schwaderer has used this product for one day.
  • Pros: 

    1. Responsive administrator.

    Cons: 

    1. You can only have one file, and it must be a "index.html".

    2. Dynamic sites aren't possible.

    3. Miner was implemented on all sites.

    I have been testing this product our for a while and overall it is fine, although I have noticed some things that bothered or upset me.

    1. The editing process is not intuitive.

    2. The documentation is incredibly lacking in well, documentation.

    3. Sites have been banned without warning nor a written policy.

    4. Rankings are extremely unfair.

    5. Passwords cannot be changed

    6. Downtime is incredibly high without any notice during maintaince.

    7. Code editor is done by a third party which has buggy and poorly built code.

    8. One megabyte of storage is too limiting, expecially if you are competing with services like Glitch.

    9. Security is very low.

    10. You can get banned just for "upseting" the administrator.

    Nathaniel Fredericks has used this product for one month.

Discussion

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Sergio Mattei
Sergio Mattei@ftxrc · Student maker and founder
So many congrats for the launch! This product has a lot of potential to be big - as a great prototyping tool and static hosting API for developers. Great work Dalton! ✨🥞
Dalton Edwards
Dalton EdwardsMaker@daltonedwards · Web developer that likes to experiment
@ftxrc thanks so much! 😁 accidentally sent my initial reply as a message 😂😂
Dalton Edwards
Dalton EdwardsMaker@daltonedwards · Web developer that likes to experiment
It’s so exciting to know that 1MB is about to be featured. That honestly means so much to me 😄 I’ve been working on this project for a little less than a month and thought I’d share it with you all.
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer
custom domains supported or only ending with .1mb.site? :)
Dalton Edwards
Dalton EdwardsMaker@daltonedwards · Web developer that likes to experiment
@anna_0x custom domain support is planned in the future 😄
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer
@daltonedwards ok i see! Let us know please once it's out!
Marcell
Marcell@cellus_christie · I help you reach the right ppl 🎯
Would love to see an example before giving out my info
Dalton Edwards
Dalton EdwardsMaker@daltonedwards · Web developer that likes to experiment
@cellus_christie here’s my 1MB site https://dalton.1mb.site 😊
Ozgur Ozer
Ozgur Ozer@ozgrozer · Software developer
Nick Schwaderer
Nick Schwaderer@nickschwaderer · Ruby on Rails Developer, OHQ
This is really interesting! I like the focus on getting things live and hosted. I also appreciate the emphasis on the size, for those of us aiming to cater some of our content to those who may have restrictive internet connectivity. If I was interested in doing more editing on my machine and deploying (although I love the browser editing functionality), I'm guessing the repo for the CLI is here: https://github.com/1MB-Site/depl... Where should I go for documentation around properly using your command line interface? Thanks again!