restdb.io databases support using your own domains for dynamic web pages and for the REST API of each database.
If your domain is "example.com" for example, you can set it up so that https://www.example.com points to a dynamic (or hosted) page in your database and https://api.example.com/rest/ points to your REST API (actually both addresses can be used to access the REST API).
In order to set up a regular (unsecured) domain, do the following:
restdb.io supports secure (SSL) domains with no extra configuration using Let's Encrypt. Just follow the steps in the previous section but swap out the hosting server with the IP address of our secure hosting server. The TSL/SSL certificate will be retrieved on first access and then automatically renewed every 3 months.
Here you can visit an example of a database-hosted site using the secure setup: restdb.site