There are several options for hosting a Svelte application on AWS. Some of the recommended options include:
- AWS Amplify Console: The Amplify Console is a fully managed deployment and hosting service that supports static web applications. It can automatically build and deploy your Svelte application from a Git repository and provides features like continuous deployment, A/B testing, and custom domain support.
- AWS Elastic Beanstalk: Elastic Beanstalk allows you to deploy and manage applications in various programming languages, including Node.js, which is commonly used with Svelte. It provides easy scaling, environment management, and automatic load balancing.
- AWS App Runner: App Runner is a fully managed service that helps you build, deploy, and scale containerized applications quickly. You can containerize your Svelte application and deploy it on App Runner, which takes care of the infrastructure and scaling for you.
- AWS Lambda + API Gateway: If you have a server-side component to your Svelte application, you can use AWS Lambda as the backend function and AWS API Gateway to create a REST API. This enables you to host your application logic in Lambda, while serving the Svelte front-end from a static hosting option like S3.
These options provide various levels of flexibility, scalability, and management capabilities, so you can choose the one that suits your specific requirements and preferences.