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Slack landing page to provide an invitation form for the generate slack community.
Generator for initializing a git repository and adding first commit.
Generate a contributing.md file for a project. Can also be used as a building block to add this functionality to another generator.
Scaffold out a handlebars theme from a Jekyll theme using Hekyll.
Scaffold out complete code projects from the command line by installing this generator globally, or use this generator as a plugin in other generators to provide baseline functionality.
Generate a license file from the command line when Generate is installed globally, or use this generator as a plugin or sub-generator in your own generator project.
Generate mocha unit tests.
Generator that automatically detects the dependencies or devDependencies to install based on the templates or includes used. This can be used as a sub-generator or plugin in your own generator.
A new command line tool and developer framework for scaffolding out GitHub projects. Generate offers the robustness and configurability of Yeoman, the expressiveness and simplicity of Slush, and more powerful flow control and composability than either.
An object of questions commonly used by project generators or when initializing projects. Questions can be overridden, updated or extended.
Generate the CNAME file for a web project. Is this necessary? No, not at all. A CNAME file is one line and takes a couple seconds to create. The point of this micro-generator is to automate the creation of the CNAME file based on configuration settings, as a small part of a larger build.
Generate a `.eslintrc.json` or `.eslintignore` file as part of a larger build workflow. This generator can be used as a sub-generator or plugin inside other generators.
Add the docs, includes, badges, and layouts collections, along with a few generic defaults to your generator.
Generate generator to create a new repository on GitHub.
Gulp plugin that prompts you to choose the files pass through the stream.
Generate discussion and issues that don't belong to any particular project.
Generate plugin that gathers data from the user's environment to pre-populate data for hints.
Use as a sub-generator or plugin in your generator to create a package.json for a project. Or install globally and run with Generate's CLI.
Scaffold out a new snapdragon plugin project.
Create backup archives with generate.
Generate a .travis.yml file to the cwd or specified directory. Install globally and run with generate's CLI, or use as a component in your own generator.
Generate an appveyor.yml file to the cwd or specified directory. Install globally and run with generate's CLI, or use as a component in your own generator.
Generator that can be used by other "generate" generators to set common default settings.
Generate a basic README.md using answers to prompts and data from the environment, like package.json. This generator can be run by command line if Generate is installed globally, or you can use this as a plugin or sub-generator in your own generator.
Generate a robots.txt for a web project (uses the robots.txt from HTML5 Boilerplate). This can be run from the command line when Generate is installed globally, or used as a plugin in another generator.
Generate a .gitignore file from the command line when Generate's CLI is installed globally, or use as a plugin or sub-generator in your own generator.
Generate an `Update` updater project.
Generate a slack landing page project for self-serve slack invites to your slack community room.
Scaffold out a Generate generator project.
Generate a starting point for a webtask.io service.