While the 01 Getting started uses Vercel as the hosting platform, the site can be run on any other hosting platform. Some alternatives are listed below.
If you want to host this on your own server, you can use the approach explained in the following GitHub discussion
To deploy your site to Vercel instead of Netlify, follow the steps in 01 Getting started, but instead of using the "Deploy to Netlify" button in step 3, click the button below.
Importing existing garden
Check if your garden has the "vercel.json" file in the root folder.
If not, add it, and copy the content from here
Then go to https://vercel.com/new and choose your digital garden repository from GitHub.
Verify that the following settings are set for "Build and Output" :
Click "Deploy", and your site should be live.
To deploy your site to Netlify instead of Vercel, follow the steps in 01 Getting started, but instead of using the "Deploy to Vercel" button in step 3, click the button below.
The garden should work just fine with all static site hosting providers such as CloudFlare, Deno, Github Pages etc. Start by going to the digitalgarden repo and clicking the Use This Template > Create a new repository.
You should then be able to create an account with your hosting provider of choice and connect it to your newly created repository. If the setups asks for an install command, output directory or build command, use those that are visible in the picture from Vercel above.