Blogging always requires uploading images, but putting images in the source code will cause the package size to increase, so we need to put images on the CDN to reduce the package size.

It is a little tedious to put it into CDN. I have learned that Electron uses Node as the server side, so after seeing TAURI, I decided to learn RUST, the most difficult one at present.

This is the document



You have two ways to create your first Tauri project.

  1. Create the initialization project directly using Tauri
yarn create tauri-app
# OR
npx create tauri-app

Follow the prompts to select the project template you need to create, and I chose VUe3

Then you can start developing your project.

cd your-project-name
yarn tauri dev

you can also use yarn tauri build to build your project.

yarn tauri build

Cross-Platform Builds

Tauri doesn’t support Cross-platform compilation So we can use github actions to build our project.

First, we need to create a .github/workflows/build.yml file.

name: test-on-pr
on: [pull_request]

      fail-fast: false
        platform: [macos-latest, ubuntu-latest, windows-latest]

    runs-on: ${{ matrix.platform }}
      - uses: actions/checkout@v2
      - name: setup node
        uses: actions/setup-node@v1
          node-version: 16
      - name: install Rust stable
        uses: actions-rs/toolchain@v1
          toolchain: stable
      - name: install dependencies (ubuntu only)
        if: matrix.platform == 'ubuntu-latest'
        run: |
          sudo apt-get update
          sudo apt-get install -y libgtk-3-dev webkit2gtk-4.0 libappindicator3-dev librsvg2-dev patchelf
      - name: install app dependencies and build it
        run: yarn && yarn build
      - uses: tauri-apps/tauri-action@v0
          GITHUB_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}

you also look this project tauri-action, Here are the details.