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KUBE is a set of runtime services for static web apps and peer-to-peer applications. It can host applications on a local network and expose them to the outer internet via automatic tunneling. It also provides services for peer and network discovery.
- Single, compact binary.
- Runs as a service.
- Exposes a command line interface and API.
KUBE instances form and propagate the peer-to-peer MESH networks of DXOS.
Some of the services offered by KUBE:
|Static App Service||Static Applications are served as subdomains of the KUBE's hostname. KUBE-side code is coming soon.|
|Publishing Service||Accepts published bundles from |
|IPFS||KUBE runs an IPFS node and hosts application code in an IPFS instance|
|Signaling Service||Helps peers locate each other using |
|Network "hole punching", NAT traversal, and relay services for peer networking.|