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Forge vs Harp Platform: What are the differences?

What is Forge? Static web hosting made simple. Fastest possible way to host lighting-fast static websites for small businesses, web startups, and app developers.

What is Harp Platform? Front-end publishing platform integrated with Dropbox. The Harp Platform provides users with a low risk, easy to get started and rapid iteration way to publish to the web. Harp exposes the power of the web and gets out of your way, the platform leverages modern web languages and best practices to provide the best users total control and development bliss.

Forge and Harp Platform belong to "Static Web Hosting" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Forge are:

  • Drag & Drop, or sync with Dropbox or GitHub
  • Version Based History
  • Optimized for Speed

On the other hand, Harp Platform provides the following key features:

  • SSL Support
  • Custom Domains
  • Pre-processing
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What is Forge?

Fastest possible way to host lighting-fast static websites for small businesses, web startups, and app developers.

What is Harp Platform?

The Harp Platform provides users with a low risk, easy to get started and rapid iteration way to publish to the web. Harp exposes the power of the web and gets out of your way, the platform leverages modern web languages and best practices to provide the best users total control and development bliss.

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