Let me know in the comments or via a GitHub issue if I'm missing something or got something wrong.
I excluded AWS Amplify as they are "free for a year". That is a while but it will cost you something every month after that year.
|Build Time to Error|
|Build Time per Month|
|# of Team Members|
|Team SSO Available|
|# of Users|
|User SSO Available|
|Split A/B Testing|
|Allowed for Business Use|
Great JOB, please also include the if the free tire allows to have commercial website
@yashwanth2804 I thought I did include that.. Allowed for Business Use is the label.
I can relabel it or you can make a PR.
Just modify this file as needed. https://github.com/jacebenson/jace.pro/blob/master/src/_data/ssg.js
Vercel free tier is not allowed to business use! Netlify and CloudFlare Pages are.
These I checked.
Thanks I'll update the page
Can you share your sources for this?
I didn't find anything like this in Netlify or Cloudflare Pages.
For Vercel, I didn't see that when I looked before.
I've updated it.
I looked again for Cloudflare, they dont say aynthing one way or the other. Where as Github explicitly says you can't. So I'm making an assumption. Below the table I add a comment to each element.
I looked again at Netlify and like you said it's not explicitly stated, but they also don't say you cannot. There's a post about it on their answers site here where they say, don't break the TOS and you wont have an issue
I think it's secure to assume that if they say nothing, you can use it for business purposes. But it seems to these free tier solutions are all under the same kind of discretion about the termination of the offer. Vercel also has some statements about this:
- Hobby Plan. We offer a free hobby plan at our sole discretion. We may change the terms and conditions applicable to the hobby plan or discontinue offering the hobby plan at any time. We reserve the right to disable or remove any project or website deployment on the hobby plan with or without notice at our sole discretion. We may shut down and terminate projects or deployments using the hobby plan without notice for any reason or no reason.(...)
Great comparison! Thank you!