Update connect to version 3.5.0 馃殌 #1864

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Hello lovely humans,

connect just published its new version 3.5.0.

State Update 馃殌
Dependency connect
New version 3.5.0
Type devDependency

This version is not covered by your current version range.

Without accepting this pull request your project will work just like it did before. There might be a bunch of new features, fixes and perf improvements that the maintainers worked on for you though.

I recommend you look into these changes and try to get onto the latest version of connect.
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@greenkeeperio-bot greenkeeperio-bot chore(package): update connect to version 3.5.0
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@cormacmccarthy cormacmccarthy modified the milestone: 3.15.8 Sep 22, 2016
@cormacmccarthy cormacmccarthy Merge branch 'master' into greenkeeper-connect-3.5.0
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@cormacmccarthy cormacmccarthy merged commit 8b0f01b into master Sep 22, 2016

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