nofw - A no-framework application skeleton

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A lightweight (relatively, compared to modern frameworks) skeleton app with login / registration functionality. Useful for framework-agnostic tutorials. The biggest difference when compared to typical frameworks is full support for a front-end build toolchain entirely without NodeJS, so you can be sure your builds will always work, and work well. See below for more info.

https://github.com/Swader/nofw

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