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I wrote a webservice (*.asmx) and I want to host it for free. Couldn't find a website that alows web service hosting.

Does someone know of such ?

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Were you aware that Microsoft considers ASMX to be a "legacy technology"? – John Saunders Sep 2 '11 at 20:28
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Appharbor should work well for you.

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Couldn't find a website taht alows web service hosting.

ASMX web services are hosted in ASP.NET applications. So don't look for a hosting provider for web services as such thing doesn't exist, look for a hosting provider of ASP.NET applications. Also ASMX web services are totally deprecated technology now and basing new development on them would be simply put: wrong decision. Their replacement is WCF.

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I tried that also. Didn't find a a good one. – Elad Benda Sep 2 '11 at 20:34
@Elad Benda, what have you tried? What is your definition of good one? What are your requirements, budget, etc, ... In fact you don't need to tell this as your question will become off-topic and get closed. StackOverflow is a programming related Q&A site, so unless you have a specific question about the development process of your web service you should not ask it here. Choosing a hosting provider for your application is considered off-topic for this site. – Darin Dimitrov Sep 2 '11 at 20:40
You're likely to get either a good web host or a free one. Getting both is pretty unlikely - servers, the Windows stack, bandwidth, staff, etc. all cost money. – ceejayoz Sep 2 '11 at 20:50

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