hackathon-starter - A boilerplate for Node.js web applications

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bcrypt-nodejs : ^0.0.3
bluebird : ^3.5.0
body-parser : ^1.17.2
chalk : ^2.1.0
cheerio : ^1.0.0-rc.2
clockwork : ^0.1.4
compression : ^1.7.0
connect-mongo : ^1.3.2
dotenv : ^4.0.0
errorhandler : ^1.5.0
express : ^4.15.4
express-flash : ^0.0.2
express-session : ^1.15.5
express-status-monitor : ^1.0.0
express-validator : ^3.2.1
fbgraph : ^1.4.1
github : ^9.2.0
instagram-node : ^0.5.8
lastfm : ^0.9.2
lob : ^4.1.1
lusca : ^1.5.1
mongoose : ^4.11.7
morgan : ^1.8.2
multer : ^1.3.0
node-foursquare : ^0.3.0
node-linkedin : ^0.5.6
node-sass-middleware : ^0.11.0
nodemailer : ^4.0.1
passport : 0.4.0
passport-facebook : ^2.1.1
passport-github : ^1.1.0
passport-google-oauth : ^1.0.0
passport-instagram : ^1.0.0
passport-linkedin-oauth2 : ^1.5.0
passport-local : ^1.0.0
passport-oauth : ^1.0.0
passport-openid : ^0.4.0
passport-twitter : ^1.0.4
paypal-rest-sdk : ^1.7.1
pug : ^2.0.0-rc.3
request : ^2.81.0
stripe : ^4.24.0
tumblr.js : ^1.1.1
twilio : ^3.6.3
twit : ^2.2.9
validator : ^8.0.0



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