node-big-rig - A CLI version of Big Rig

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Both the module and CLI perform the same analysis as the web app, just without a UI. This makes it a good fit for use in CI environments, or as part of bigger workflows. This will, by default, simply return a JSON string that you can parse or manipulate as you see fit.

https://github.com/GoogleChrome/node-big-rig#readme

Dependencies:

cli-color : ^1.1.0
mkdirp : ^0.5.1
yargs : ^3.29.0

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