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Update typescript and javascript repo dependencies
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Empty projects for different languages with a failing test

On the top level you can find different languages that are supported.

On the second level (in a particular language's directory) you'll find different testing frameworks that are supported.

In each directory for a particular framework, there is always README.md file that contains various useful information. At minimum it contains the information on how to install the dependencies and run the tests.


Cookiecutter has a similar goal and also supports multiple languages for setting up a bare project.

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