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README.md

iamgarrett

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Welcome to your new awesome Armadillo powered website! For more in-depth documentation, check out its website.

All of the Armadillo's Basic Commands can be run by prepending npm run to them if you don't have Gulp globally installed, so if you wanted to run your Armadillo's development command, you can run npm run gulp.

Deploying to GitHub Pages

Almost everything is set up for your Armadillo to deploy your site to GitHub Pages. You need to create an personal access token with the repo scope. Keep this a secret! It's what lets Armadillo write to your gh-pages branch and deploy for you! Once you've got your token, in your Travis CI environment variables, add a GH_TOKEN variable and set it to your token. Be sure to enable your GitHub repo from Travis CI!