osu-web - the browser-facing portion of osu!

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The future face of osu!. See the setup guide for a rundown on how to get a development environment up.



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babel-preset-es2015 : ^6.3.13
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jquery-ui : ^1.12.0
jquery-ujs : ^1.2.2
jquery.scrollto : ^2.1.2
js-cookie : ^2.1.2
layzr.js : ^2.0.0
lodash : ^4.0.0
moment : ^2.11.1
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qtip2 : notbakaneko/qTip2#e3278ba
react : ^16.4.1
react-autosize-textarea : *
react-dom : ^16.4.1
react-dom-factories : ^1.0.0
react-virtual-list : ^2.2.4
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retina.js : ^1.1.0
timeago : ^1.5.0
turbolinks : ^5.1.1
url-polyfill : ^1.0.10
webpack-sentry-plugin : ^1.9.2



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