angle - :clock430: A-Frame command-line tool for installing components and scaffolding templates.

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angle is a general purpose command-line tool for A-Frame. angle can install components from the Registry into an HTML file, initialize component templates for publishing, and bootstrap scene boilerplate. Run angle --help to get a list of all commands and options.

https://github.com/aframevr/angle#readme
https://github.com/ngokevin/angle

Dependencies:

aframe-registry : ^0.6.0
cheerio : ^0.22.0
commander : ^2.9.0
glob : ^7.1.1
inquirer : ^1.2.2
nunjucks : ^3.0.0
shelljs : ^0.7.6
slug : ^0.9.1
title-case : ^2.1.0

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