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jus is a development server and build tool for making static websites with no configuration and no boilerplate code. It has built-in support for browserify, ES6 and ES2015 with Babel, React JSX, GitHub Flavored markdown, syntax highlighting, Sass, Less, Stylus, Myth, Handlebars, browsersync and more.

Learn all about it at jus.js.org

TLDR

npm i -g jus && jus

Dependencies

  • async: Higher-order functions and common patterns for asynchronous code
  • babel-preset-es2015: Babel preset for all es2015 plugins.
  • babel-preset-react: Babel preset for all React plugins.
  • babelify: Babel browserify transform
  • browser-sync: Live CSS Reload & Browser Syncing
  • browserify: browser-side require() the node way
  • chalk: Terminal string styling done right. Much color.
  • cheerio: Tiny, fast, and elegant implementation of core jQuery designed specifically for the server
  • chokidar: A neat wrapper around node.js fs.watch / fs.watchFile / fsevents.
  • concat-stream: writable stream that concatenates strings or binary data and calls a callback with the result
  • connect-browser-sync: Connect middleware for BrowserSync.
  • cors: middleware for dynamically or statically enabling CORS in express/connect applications
  • event-emitter: Environment agnostic event emitter
  • exif-parser: A javascript library to extract Exif metadata from images, in node and in the browser.
  • express: Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework
  • fs-extra: fs-extra contains methods that aren't included in the vanilla Node.js fs package. Such as mkdir -p, cp -r, and rm -rf.
  • get-image-colors: Extract colors from images. Supports GIF, JPG, PNG, and even SVG!
  • handlebars: Handlebars provides the power necessary to let you build semantic templates effectively with no frustration
  • handlebars-helpers: More than 180 handlebars helpers in ~20 categories. Can be used with Assemble, Ghost, YUI, express.js, etc.
  • html-frontmatter: Extract key-value metadata from HTML comments
  • identicon: A Ruby library that generates GitHub-like identicons
  • image-size: get dimensions of any image file
  • inflection: A port of inflection-js to node.js module
  • js-yaml: YAML 1.2 parser and serializer
  • less: Leaner CSS
  • lil-env-thing: A tiny convenience module for managing process.env.NODE_ENV
  • lobars: lodash functions as handlebars helpers
  • lodash: Lodash modular utilities.
  • minimist: parse argument options
  • morgan: HTTP request logger middleware for node.js
  • myth: A CSS preprocessor that acts like a polyfill for future versions of the spec.
  • node-sass: Wrapper around libsass
  • open: open a file or url in the user's preferred application
  • remark: a markdown processor powered by plug-ins
  • remark-highlight.js: Highlight code blocks in Markdown files with highlight.js.
  • remark-html: Compile markdown to HTML with remark
  • remark-slug: Add slugs to headings in remark
  • require-dir: Helper to require() directories.
  • stylus: Robust, expressive, and feature-rich CSS superset
  • tmp: Temporary file and directory creator
  • upath: A proxy to path, replacing \ with / for all results & methods to add, change, default, trim file extensions.

Dev Dependencies

  • chai: BDD/TDD assertion library for node.js and the browser. Test framework agnostic.
  • cross-env: Run scripts that set and use environment variables across platforms
  • mocha: simple, flexible, fun test framework
  • nixt: Simple and powerful testing for command-line apps
  • path-exists: Check if a path exists
  • travis-deploy-once: Test multiple node versions on Travis. Deploy once. If all of them pass
  • semantic-release: Fully automated version management and package publishing

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