There are some common questions about deploying products built with the Kleeen platform.
Q. Where can I deploy my application?
A. Kleeen built applications can be hosted anywhere you can run the .js server. This includes locally on a machine, major cloud hosting providers like AWS, your own server, or if you like a small machine like a Raspberry Pi.
Q. What do I get when I build an application with Kleeen?
- Prototype Only - Prototyping access will allow you to use the Kleeen platform to build a functional version of your application that can be launched in a browser. This application will use sample data to simulate what users will experience without any connection to a live system. This is great for validating design and concepts with output that can be used in a live environment.
- Prototype and Code Export - This plan will allow you to export your application to your code repository where you will own and manage the source code. You can continue to grow and iterate your application with Kleeen, updates will be managed as a pull request just like any other developer on your team.
Q. What can I customize with an exported Kleeen built application?
A. There are many available areas you can customize in an exported application. These items are inside folders with the name Custom in the repository. Common customizations include dropping in custom widgets and pages, css modification, and access control.
Q. Is Kleeen compliant with GDPR, PCI-DSS, etc?
A. The short answer is yes. The long answer is that we don't need to be because you host your application we never see your data so as long as your policies and host are compliant there is no issue. All the data in our prototypes is simulated data and not subject to privacy regulation since its fake.
Q. Do I need dedicated servers for Kleeen built applications?
A. No, Kleeen is designed to take advantage of serverless deployment. This allows you to take advantage of scaling on demand and the other many advantages of serverless cloud computing.
Q. Can I use tracking scripts or tags like the Google Analytics Tag, Facebook Pixel, Pendo, or Intercom?
A. Yes, after exporting an application you can insert the script in the index.html folder of your exported repository.