Hi there, First, I just want to say I absolutly love pythonanywhere. I love that I can quickly start a new project and try them out on a live server. I love the fact that if I absolutely needed to I can log in from anywhere and make changes.
I do have one hesitation so far. I am planning on routing traffic from my old website to my new pythonanywhere project. My friends and colleagues who I have been using as 'guinea pugs' to test out my new web app have been telling me the project is running extremely slow. Last night I was showing someone the app (as basic as it is) and I would click on a link and it would take upwards of 10 seconds to load a new basic page. It was rather embarrassing going through a basic presentation and clicking on a link, nothing happening, and then saying "It will load, the server is just a ltitle slow, upon advertising I will move it to a faster server'....That last part I don't want to do. I am perfectly happy at pythonanywhere and migrating would just be more time that I do not have.
I have read other posts of people saying this is an issue, with a response saying "Things are in the works to making the performance faster...', but there is no additional details. What is being done, and how soon can we expect to see changes? I really do not (cannot) launch my services to my clients and industry with such slow performance. I am already a paid member, if I upgraded to the next level would there be a significant difference? I love PAW, I just wish it was a little faster. Maybe this is going to be addressed soon...( how soon?) Thanks!