Divshot vs Surge: What are the differences?
Developers describe Divshot as "Front-End Application Platform". Divshot makes building and hosting front-end web applications simple. Build locally and deploy using a simple command-line interface. Divshot supports multiple environments, pushState routing, atomic deploys, and more. On the other hand, Surge is detailed as "Static web publishing for Front-End Developers". Surge makes it easy for developers to deploy projects to a production-quality CDN through Grunt, Gulp, npm.
Divshot and Surge can be primarily classified as "Static Web Hosting" tools.
"Awesome CLI" is the top reason why over 9 developers like Divshot, while over 8 developers mention "Free plan" as the leading cause for choosing Surge.
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Keen uses Divshot to host internal and customer-facing analytics dashboards. We develop locally with the Divshot CLI and then use it to deploy. It’s great to have one tool that does both. The web interface is handy when you can’t get to the command line. Overall we’re really happy with Divshot – our static site workflow is better and more accessible than ever!
We dogfood our platform by deploying all of our front-ends to it. Our dashboard, lander, documentation, etc. are all deployed on Divshot.