A Tiddlyweb instance needs to be mounted somewhere accessible over the web in order to be useful as a service. This means that some HTTP server needs to be configured to provide the bridge between incoming HTTP requests and TiddlyWeb code. There are a variety of ways to do this:
- Using CherryPy
- TiddlyWeb and Apache
- Using gunicorn
- Using nginx and uwsgi
- Other WSGI servers. If you have details about setting up other servers, please leave a comment with the information. There's nothing too special about TiddlyWeb, it is just a WSGI application, so should work fine with any server that supports such things.
If you have mounted TiddlyWeb in some way not documented here, please provide the information so others can benefit from what you've learned.