cypress-documentation - Cypress Documentation including Guides, API, Plugins, Examples, & FAQ.

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The code for Cypress Documentation including Guides, API, Examples, Dashboard & FAQ found at You should be able to get the documentation site running locally very quickly, please see our Contributing Guideline.


bluebird : 3.5.1
check-more-types : 2.24.0
debug : 3.1.0
docsearch.js : 2.5.2
fira : github:cypress-io/fira#fb63362742eea8cdce0d90825ab9264d77719e3d
font-awesome : 4.7.0
hexo : 3.7.1
hexo-algoliasearch : 0.3.0
hexo-cli : 1.1.0
hexo-filter-cleanup : 1.1.0
hexo-generator-alias : 0.1.3
hexo-generator-seo-friendly-sitemap : 0.0.21
hexo-prism-plugin : 2.2.0
hexo-renderer-marked : 0.3.2
hexo-renderer-scss : 1.2.0
hexo-server : 0.3.3
lazy-ass : 1.6.0
lodash : 4.17.10
menuspy : 1.3.0
scrollingelement : 1.5.2
set-immediate-shim : 2.0.0
yall : github:malchata/yall.js#1c782f1ab7a0becb1a88fd6f3b260e55d5e213a2



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