helix - Habit tracking app

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Helix is a habit tracking app that will help you to create and maintain an awesome daily routine, which is one of the most powerful tools for achieving your goals and sending your life into an upwards spiral. Determine the most important things you need to practice regularly to achieve what you want in life, and strive to never skip a day.

https://helix.startuplab.io/
https://github.com/raymestalez/helix

Dependencies:

axios : 0.16.2
babel-cli : 6.26.0
babel-core : 6.26.0
babel-loader : 7.1.2
babel-preset-env : 1.6.1
babel-preset-es2015 : 6.24.1
babel-preset-es2017 : 6.24.1
babel-preset-react : 6.24.1
babel-preset-stage-0 : 6.24.1
body-parser : ^1.18.2
compression : 1.7.1
concurrently : 3.5.0
cookie-session : ^2.0.0-beta.3
cors : ^2.8.4
cuid : ^1.3.8
ejs : ^2.5.7
express : 4.16.2
express-http-proxy : 1.0.7
forever : ^0.15.3
lodash : 4.17.4
moment : ^2.19.1
mongoose : ^4.12.1
nodemon : 1.12.1
npm-run-all : 4.1.1
passport : ^0.4.0
passport-google-oauth20 : ^1.0.0
react : 16.0.0
react-calendar-heatmap : ^1.6.1
react-dom : 16.0.0
react-github-contribution-calendar : ^0.1.2
react-helmet : 5.2.0
react-redux : 5.0.6
react-router-config : 1.0.0-beta.4
react-router-dom : 4.2.2
react-textarea-autosize : ^5.2.1
redux : 3.7.2
redux-thunk : 2.2.0
save-as : ^0.1.8
serialize-javascript : 1.4.0
webpack : 3.8.1
webpack-dev-server : 2.9.2
webpack-merge : 4.1.0
webpack-node-externals : 1.6.0

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