Here are some pictures of a cedar shed that I built. On this shed, the customer wanted beaded cedar siding so I ran the cedar siding through my router table to form the bead on the edge.
I made the window, the cupola, flower box and the doors in addition to framing and everything else. On the doors, I had wished I had a domino, but that wasn't in the budget. So I clamped the stiles to the side of an MFT and routed mortises for loose tenons. I of course, did the same thing for the rails. I used the TS 55 to cut the cupola from MDO and applied cedar to it.
The door lock was a full mortise lock set and I used the OF 1400 to plunge route the mortise for that.