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Devbridge Styleguide helps you create, share, and automate a living visual style library of your brand. Share your digital brand standards, improve team collaboration, and implement an independent easily-extendable modular structure. Note, do not download files directly from git repository, unless you know what you are doing.


async : 1.2.1
body-parser : 1.12.4
colors : 1.1.2
commander : 2.8.1
express : 4.12.4
format-json : 1.0.3
jsonfile : 2.0.0
lodash : 4.0.0
mkdirp : 0.5.1
q : 1.4.1
request : 2.68.0
tcp-port-used : 0.1.2



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