Since Liminoid projects are bundled into standalone modules, the
./build directory is a self contained static site (or whichever path you specify in
liminoid build -o [output]). You can open
./build/index.html with a web browser or upload the
./build directory to any static site hosting provider (like Surge, Github Pages, Netlify, or S3).
The code snippet below picks up where the quick start left off and walks through the steps to upload a project to Github Pages. The same general workflow should be applicable to any static site host however.
$ liminoid build # in the root of the project$ git init$ git checkout -b gh-pages$ git add ./build$ git commit -m "Github Pages"$ git remote add origin https://github.com/[user]/[user].github.io.git$ git push -u origin gh-pages