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Choose the best hosting for web development professionals
The hosting of a web project can make a difference, a web hosting wrong can make visiting a page is a nightmare. There are endless features to check before deciding which hosting to use and this can be somewhat messy with all available alternatives.
A real environment ( online ) in which to make tests and by means of which to share the advances with the clients is something vital. Web hosting, together with hardware and software, can be considered the basic tools of any web developer. That is why we will review the main features to consider before committing to a supplier.
It must be said that this article focuses on shared hosting since I understand that all other types of hosting are indicated for large projects or with specific needs and technology.
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Main features to consider
Some of the needs will be common for both web development professionals and personal projects without so many demands:
Having good customer service is crucial. At some point you will need their help, so make sure they are resolute, fast and available continuously. Going around their social profiles is a good way to see how they treat dissatisfied users.
A good system to create backup copies, allows you to restore your projects to an earlier version. I have lost count of the times this has saved me hours of work lost.
The closer the end-users’ server is, the faster it will load. A good geographic location of the server favors your rankings in Google and improves user experiences.
A slow server can ruin any project and give an image of little professionalism. Make sure the server speed is good. Imagine how a customer will perceive that their new website loads very slowly. Tools such as Pingdom and Webpagetest.org can help you assess the loading speed of servers.
Uptime is another critical requirement, more interrupts more downtime. And as in the previous point, I commented, it does not give a very professional image.
The above aspects are or should be, relevant for all cases when choosing a good hosting. Now let’s see more specific ones for developers:
It is rare for a web development professional to have only one project in hand. Therefore, we must ensure that the chosen hosting is multi-domain and more than one domain name can be associated.
In turn, you must choose a hosting plan that allows more than one installation on the same server. It also has to offer enough space to accommodate different projects.
Some providers focus on some technology (eg WordPress) and do not allow you to install other types of applications or use certain programming languages. It is necessary to make sure that the performance of the server conforms to the needs of the project.
Advanced users require a high level of customization of their server configuration. So you have to avoid hostings that offer little flexibility and little access to server configuration. Personally, I like to use cPanel because I am used to it and find many resources and online help.
Choosing a web host that offers web page migration services can save a lot of time. Still, there are tools (eg MP Migrate DB for WordPress) that make this work seem easy.
As you can see in the image, integrating a CDN can be very interesting. Among other advantages, improve server loading speed and the security of your projects. Choosing a provider that makes integrations easy will save you a lot of time.
But what hosting to use
Well, that’s a very good question that only you can answer. It will depend on three factors: the budget, the technological requirements and the performance needs (speed and uptime ). Just don’t go with the first offer you see and apply common sense.
Another interesting factor is to be able to test the hosting for a while, most offer a money-back guarantee during the first days if you are not satisfied with your product, so take advantage of this before committing to a provider.
As an example, I can say that I have worked with three hosting providers that I can recommend if you want to use them for web development, these are: WP Engine (only for WordPress projects and without service in Spanish), SiteGround and Webempresa. Keep in mind that these differences in performance, price, and technology, so make sure you understand their product well before.