Source: Paul Krill
How NectarJS works
NectarJS uses a multistep process:
Code is then sent to NectarJS servers and encrypted, using the AES-256 military standard.
Code is compiled for the target platform. The compiled result is forwarded to developers. Supported platforms are promised to include Windows, Linux, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and the web. Node.js applications is promised to be compilable as well. A native binary file is promised provided for each format.
The compiled code is erased from Seraum’s NectarJS servers.
NectarJS claims advantages in speed, size, and deployment by providing executables, Seraum CEO Adrien Thierry said. The beta program for NectarJS is expected to start in February. The company is still working on business models for NectarJS and does not yet know if it will be a fee-based service.