Tiiny Host is a simple and efficient hosting service for your react.js app. React's built around the idea of simplicity, and so are we. Simply drag and drop your react.js build output to deploy it in seconds. There’s no easier way to host and share your react app with the world.
Deploy your React app in 3 simple steps
First, compress all your static ReactJS files in your build folder into a single Zip file. Your zip file must include an index.html file.
Head over to tiiny.host and upload your Zip file.
Enter a link name you want and click launch!
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You typically need to first run the "npm run build" command. This will build your JS app into static files and output them into a "build" folder in your project directory. Next, right-click on the "build" directory and convert it to a single Zip file. Then just upload that Zip file to tiiny.host.
You can easily host your React app on tiiny.host for free. Simpy drag & drop the static output from your React app and your site will be live in seconds for free. It's easier than all other hosts like Netlify, Vercel and Github Pages.
Yes, you can through the CPanel file browser. Your React app static files need to be uploaded in the public_html folder. A simpler solution is to just drag & drop your static files to tiiny.host.