Site JS dynamic functionality is awesome.

1) I have a static homepage.
2) In project root, I create a folder: '.dymamic'
3) Inside that '.dynamic' folder I add a file 'test.js' with the counter code example from the Site JS docs: (sitejs.org/#dynamic-route-long) and save the file.
4) I go to `https://localhost/test` to find that the file has been auto-registered as a route with the same name as file name. 💚

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I'm already thinking of ideas to treat my `.dynamic` folder as a public API where I can use something like VueJS (or insert your preferred JS framework) and consume that api from static files.

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