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WordPress Optimized Hosting vs WordPress Shared Hosting: Which one to choose?

WordPress is a very flexible and easy-to-use content management system that is increasingly used by large and small companies and individuals. It is a very popular system because it is entirely free, it is available on the web, and its installation is very easy to do.  However, businesses are often left with two choices – to pick a WordPress optimized hosting (or managed hosting), or a WordPress shared hosting.  In this blog post, we’ll see what these two can offer. Both have their advantages and use cases which we will check today. What is WordPress hosting? WordPress Hosting is a web...
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Are shared servers the right choice?

Shared hosting is nowadays one of the most popular types of hosting. As we mentioned in one of our previous posts about types of hosting, with shared hosting, you share a server with other users who rent it. It can be an economical option, especially for small businesses and individuals who don’t need a lot of web space or features. However, shared hosting usually has limited storage and resources, which means it might not provide the performance and reliability you need for your website. If your site receives a lot of traffic or requires specialized software and services, then a...
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Lucee vs. ColdFusion

ColdFusion was first created to make the connection of HTML to a database easier. Soon it developed into ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML), a scripting language with an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). The success of ColdFusion led to an increase in open-source platforms, with one of them being Lucee. If you’re wondering what the differences between them are and which engine to choose, then this post is for you. Introduction to Lucee and ColdFusion Lucee is an open-source, dynamic scripting language to build web applications in Java. It is based on the Java version of Adobe ColdFusion. As compared to ColdFusion,...
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Is ColdFusion dead?

From time to time, you can read on some websites that “ColdFusion is dead”. You will read that it’s time to switch technology to other platforms. Despite all these suggestions, ColdFusion is for sure not a “dead language.” Far from it. ColdFusion is very much alive! In this blog, we will tell you why you should choose this dynamic language for your web and mobile applications and what Hostek will offer you if you decide to switch to ColdFusion. A short history lesson Adobe ColdFusion was created by J.J. Allaire in 1995, so it’s easy to calculate that it is...
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