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availity-limo

Shared code across Availity projects

Table of Contents

    Intro
    Installation
    Usage
    Authors
    Disclaimer
    License

Intro

Availity Limo contains code that is shared across Availity projects. Currently, it consists of some shared gulp tasks, but will grow to contain various other shared code.
Installation

npm install --save-dev availity-limo
Usage

To generate a README for your project, type:

$ gulp av:readme

To run a linter against your JavaScript code, type:

$ gulp av:lint

To release your project, which bumps the version, tags the release, and updates your readme, type:

$ gulp av:release

Authors

Rob Warner (rob.warner@availity.com)

Robert Ventrone (robert.ventrone@availity.com)
Disclaimer

Open source software components distributed or made available in the Availity Materials are licensed to Company under the terms of the applicable open source license agreements, which may be found in text files included in the Availity Materials.
License

Copyright (c) 2015 Availity, LLC

    hoop33 hoop33 published a month ago
    0.1.6 is the latest of 5 releases
    github.com/Availity/availity-limo
    MIT license

Collaborators

    hoop33

Stats

    1 download in the last day
    32 downloads in the last week
    242 downloads in the last month
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Keywords

shared, availity, gulp, tasks
Dependencies (17)

semver, run-sequence, require-dir, gulp-tag-version, jshint-stylish, gulp-verb, gulp-util, minimist, lodash, gulp-prompt, gulp-jshint, gulp, gulp-git, gulp-jscs, gulp-filter, gulp-bump, chalk

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