18f-cli - A scaffold/generator to standardize 18F project setup

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That will run all of the generators. To run them individually, use e.g. Creates files for a cloud.gov deploy, depending on your primary application language. Requires modification after generation.

https://github.com/18F/18f-cli#readme

Dependencies:

axios : ^0.15.3
generator-npm-init : ^1.3.1
js-yaml : ^3.8.4
yeoman-generator : ^1.0.1

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