strong-deploy - Deploy nodejs applications

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Deploy a node application package to the StrongLoop process manager, strong-pm.Both git branches and npm packages can be deployed. They will typically be prepared using strong-build.

https://github.com/strongloop/strong-deploy

Dependencies:

async : ^0.9.0
concat-stream : ^1.4.7
debug : ^2.0.0
posix-getopt : ^1.0.0
shelljs : ^0.3.0
strong-mesh-models : ^7.0.0
strong-tunnel : ^1.1.1
strong-url-defaults : ^1.0.0

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