Goodbye AppFog, Hello OpenShift

AppFog and Heroku were one of the most popular PaaS services. But due to the limitations of service many moved out. At first when AppFog came, there were a lot of cool awesome features more than Heroku. For the Free plan AppFog had SSL, Custom Domain and other features. But by the end of February 2013, AppFog removed Custom Domain from free plan. Many customers (including me) got sad, angry and were trying to find another PaaS service. And Here it is, the next Awesome PaaS service – OpenShift.

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Password Protect folder in AppFog

You won’t know the location of the .htpasswd file in AppFog. Hence you won’t be able to password protect folders in the normal way. To password protect folders in AppFog you should use a different way. You should add the following location of .htpasswd instead of the full location. If the full location is : /home/simsu/projects/TestPalace/Blog/Password_Protect/.htpasswd The Location of .htpasswd in .htaccess deployed in AppFog should be : ../app/Blog/Password_Protect/.htpasswd If the file is on the root directory, then the location would be : .

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Subins Update 1.2

Subins has been updated to 1.2. The new changes have been made on Subins and is updated today. The sites that affected the changes are: Contents 1 Subins Chat 2 Accounts 3 Subins 4 Friendshood 5 Subins GET Subins Chat In Subins Chat the design has been changed. The bugs have been fixed and It’s more fast than before.

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Create a free .tk domain website with free hosting by AppFog

DEMO This free .tk domain is made available by a company called Dot TK and the free hosting is provided by AppFog. Create free hosting for site Go to AppFog Signup page Fill up the form and click Signup. Go to Create an app Choose an application: Choose a infrastructure and a subdomain (I use HP): After filling up form, click on Create App.

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My Short URL – a site for shortening URL’s

My Short URL is my latest invention. A site for shortening URL’s like goo.gl and bit.ly. You can short URL’s on the site MSURL.TK. <div> </div> As other projects the site is also hosted by AppFog and the free domain is given by My.Dot.TK. The project was created under 30 minutes and the lines of code is less that 64. It’s written in PHP as you already know it.

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FriendsHood – A new Social Network from Subins

Friendshood is vulnerable to MySQL Injection and shouldn’t be used anymore. Please see my latest project : http://subinsb.com/2013/12/open-an-open-source-social-network-is-released Original Post : Many of you now know the project I’ve been working on. In that project I have created a social Network called FriendsHood. I created this social network because my friends have been telling me to create a social network. They told me because School said to block Facebook and no student should use Facebook.

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How to add Subins Like button to blogger/blogspot

You might have know The Subins Project created by me. It is hosted by AppFog. If you want to add Subins Like button to your blog, then follow these steps. Go to Blogger Place this code where you want to add the Subins Like Button. BLOG URL‘> If you want to add like button on post footer then follow the steps mentioned below.

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Updating site in App Fog on Linux / Uploading site files to App Fog Server

You might have know what is App Fog in my previous post. In this tutorial I am going to tell you how to upload your site files to their servers. For that first install Ruby by using this command : sudo apt-get install ruby Then install Ruby Gem : sudo apt-get install gem AppFog uses a gem named AF. Install the AF gem by using the command :

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Subins Project Online – Thanks to App Fog

You might have know the project I have been working on. The Subins Project. I have spent a year on this project. My wish was to host this on a site. But I couldn’t afford the hosting charges cause I’m 12 and my dad won’t lend me money. I took a leave because of fever. On that day I was browsing the internet and out of nowhere I saw a post about a site named AppFog.

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