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I want to serve the static data for my website from Google App Engine.

How do I configure GAE to serve static content?

  • I'd be wary of Google cracking down on this at some point. – ceejayoz Feb 1 '10 at 16:50
  • @ceejayoz Why? Google has clearly-stated limits on static, as well as dynamic file access. Using GAE as a static file-storage/caching solution doesn't go against their expectations. – Evan Plaice Apr 13 '12 at 6:55
  • It's Google App Engine, not Google CDN Engine. – ceejayoz Apr 13 '12 at 13:49
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The documentation on how to get GAE to serve static content is here: Using Static Files.

It's rather simple, you just define a static directory in your app.yaml file.

handlers:
- url: /stylesheets
  static_dir: stylesheets
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You want all files served as static so should use this:

handlers:
- url: /
  static_dir: /
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I wrote article step by step to setup GAE to host static files. http://www.ivankristianto.com/internet/tools/setup-your-google-app-engine-application-to-use-your-own-domain/1656/
That may interest you.

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