Raneto - Markdown powered Knowledgebase for Nodejs

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Raneto was created by Gilbert Pellegrom from Dev7studios. Maintained by Ryan Lelek from AnsibleTutorials.com. Logo by @mmamrila Released under the MIT license.

http://raneto.com
https://github.com/gilbitron/Raneto

Dependencies:

always-tail : ^0.2.0
body-parser : ^1.18.2
bootstrap : ^3.3.7
bootstrap-rtl : ^3.3.4
commander : ^2.12.2
cookie-parser : ^1.4.3
debug : ^3.1.0
express : ^4.16.2
express-session : ^1.15.6
extend : ^3.0.1
fitvids : ^2.0.0
glob : ^7.1.2
gulp : ^3.9.1
gulp-shell : ^0.6.5
highlightjs : ^9.10.0
hogan-express : ^0.5.2
jquery : ^2.2.4
jquery-backstretch : ^2.1.16
js-yaml : ^3.9.1
lunr : ^1.0.0
markdown-toc : ^1.2.0
marked : ^0.3.12
masonry-layout : ^4.2.1
moment : ^2.20.1
morgan : ^1.9.0
passport : ^0.4.0
passport-google-oauth20 : ^1.0.0
pm2 : ^2.9.1
sanitize-filename : ^1.6.1
serve-favicon : ^2.4.5
sitemap : ^1.13.0
sweetalert2 : ^7.0.9
underscore : ^1.8.3
underscore.string : ^3.3.4
validator : ^9.2.0

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