1. Build Your Web App
Now that you are ready to package your project, you will need to run your framework's or bundler's build command (assuming you're using one, of course).
2. Tauri Bundler
Make certain that you have installed that Tauri bundler:
cargo tauri-bundler -v
If you do not see a version number being reported, then you must install the bundler:
$ cargo install tauri-bundler --force
3. Bundle your application with Tauri
yarn tauri build
Like the dev window, the first time you run this, it will take some time to collect the Rust crates and build everything - but on subsequent runs it will only need to rebuild the Tauri crates which is much quicker.
Because of the way that Cargo builds its targets, the final app is placed in the following folder: