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Quick Start Guide

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Frontend Frameworks

Patr supports a variety of frontend frameworks, making it a versatile platform for deploying your applications. Here are some of the most popular frameworks that are supported by Patr. Each of these frameworks has its own strengths and weaknesses, and the choice of which one to use will depend on your specific needs and preferences. Regardless of which framework you choose, Patr makes it easy to deploy your application to the cloud with just a few clicks.


A popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

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A progressive JavaScript framework for building user interfaces.

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A TypeScript-based open-source web application framework.

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A modern website and application framework based on React.

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A JavaScript framework for building ambitious web applications.

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Vanilla HTML

Plain HTML without any framework or library.

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Backend Frameworks

Patr also supports a variety of backend frameworks for your server-side needs. These frameworks allow you to build robust, scalable, and efficient applications that can handle a variety of tasks, including data management, APIs, and more.

Whether you prefer a traditional MVC (Model-View-Controller) approach or a more modern architecture, Patr has you covered. You can choose from a variety of popular backend frameworks, including Node.js, Django, Flask, Ruby on Rails, Spring Boot, PHP, and more.

Each of these frameworks has its own unique features and benefits, making it easier for you to choose the right one for your project. You can also take advantage of Patr's built-in tools and features, such as databases, load balancers, and auto-scaling, to ensure that your backend infrastructure is efficient and reliable.


A JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine.

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A React-based framework for building server-side rendered and static web applications.

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Java Spring Boot

A popular framework for building web applications in Java.

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Ruby on Rails

A popular server-side scripting language used for building web applications.

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Django / Flask

Python-based web frameworks for building web applications.

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A popular server-side scripting language used for building web applications.

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A programming language developed by Google, known for its simplicity and concurrency features.

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A system programming language focused on performance and memory safety.

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How do create a Deployment
Custom Domains for your Infrastructure
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