Add build command that makes a standalone executible of your own site/app using Nexe
Just like we use Nexe to build Site.js itself, anyone that builds a site/app on top of Site.js should be able to package their site/app up as a standalone executable (the difference being that instead of a generic server that requires a path to a site to serve, the site to serve is also packaged along and simply running the executable is all you need to do to deploy the site).
Cut down the time required to deploy a site that is being censored on existing locations to new ones to mere seconds (e.g., say some people want to have an independence referendum and they’re being prevented from doing so by an autocratic state)
Give custom sites and apps all of the features of Site.js without having to install Site.js separately. (Just like Site.js gives people all of the features of Node.js + Let’s Encrypt without having to install them separately.)
# Build the site in the current directory to a default build folder site build # Build the site in the my-site directory and output the binaries in the my-build-folder directory site build my-site/ my-build-folder/