shields - Concise, consistent, and legible badges in SVG and raster format

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This is home to Shields.io, a service for concise, consistent, and legible badges in SVG and raster format, which can easily be included in GitHub readmes or any other web page. The service supports dozens of continuous integration services, package registries, distributions, app stores, social networks, code coverage services, and code analysis services. Every month it serves over 470 million images. Browse a complete list of badges.

http://shields.io
https://github.com/badges/shields

Dependencies:

bytes : ^3.1.0
camelcase : ^5.2.0
camp : ~17.2.2
chalk : ^2.4.2
check-node-version : ^3.1.0
chrome-web-store-item-property : ~1.1.2
config : ^3.1.0
cross-env : ^5.2.0
decamelize : ^3.2.0
dotenv : ^7.0.0
emojic : ^1.1.15
escape-string-regexp : ^1.0.5
fast-xml-parser : ^3.12.16
fsos : ^1.1.3
gh-badges : file:gh-badges
glob : ^7.1.1
joi : 14.3.1
joi-extension-semver : 2.0.0
js-yaml : ^3.13.1
jsonpath : ~1.0.1
lodash.countby : ^4.6.0
lodash.throttle : ^4.1.1
lodash.times : ^4.3.2
moment : ^2.24.0
node-env-flag : ^0.1.0
parse-link-header : ^1.0.1
path-to-regexp : ^3.0.0
pretty-bytes : ^5.0.0
priorityqueuejs : ^1.0.0
prom-client : ^11.3.0
query-string : ^6.4.2
raven : ^2.4.2
redis : ~2.8.0
request : ~2.88.0
semver : ~6.0.0
simple-icons : 1.9.24
xml2js : ~0.4.16
xmldom : ~0.1.27
xpath : ~0.0.27

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