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|@@ -7,4 +7,24 @@ The following templates are available:|
|* [`mortar-app-stub`](https://github.com/mozilla/mortar-app-stub): a blank template that comes only with the basic things required to get started|
|* [`mortar-game-stub`](https://github.com/mozilla/mortar-game-stub): a minimal web game template that handles input and a render loop|
|* [`mortar-list-detail`](https://github.com/mozilla/mortar-list-detail): comes with a layouts library and sets up a list-detail layout for you|
|-* [`mortar-tab-view`](https://github.com/mozilla/mortar-tab-view), which is similar to `mortar-list-detail` but the initial layout has tabs at the button which let you switch between screens.|
|+* [`mortar-tab-view`](https://github.com/mozilla/mortar-tab-view), which is similar to `mortar-list-detail` but the initial layout has tabs at the button which let you switch between screens.|
|+You can view more documentation [here](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Apps/App_templates).|
|+You can simply git clone any of the above templates, or use [volo](http://volojs.org/) to create an app from one of them. If you have node installed, simply run `npm install -g volo` to get volo. Examples:|
|+* Using git: `git clone git://github.com/mozilla/mortar-tab-view.git myapp`|
|+* Using volo: `volo create myapp mozilla/mortar-tab-view`|
|+Each template has documentation in its README specific to what it provides, but there are a few things that all of them provide.|
|+All of them come with an initial project structure, a volo configuration file, initial css and js files, require.js, a basic manifest.webapp, and more. These are all very useful for developing webapps.|