bit - Easily share code components between projects with your team.

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Bit makes it easier to share code and update changes in multiple projects.Seperating concerns provides greater modularity, clear ownerships, shorter learning curves and helps to mitigate development pain.

https://bitsrc.io
https://github.com/teambit/bit

Dependencies:

array-difference : ^0.0.1
babel-runtime : ^6.23.0
bit-javascript : ^0.10.9
buffer-from : ^0.1.1
chalk : ^2.1.0
chokidar : ^1.7.0
cli-spinners : ^1.0.0
commander : ^2.12.2
comment-json : ^1.1.3
decamelize : ^1.2.0
doctrine : ^2.0.2
execa : ^0.8.0
fs-extra : ^5.0.0
fstream : ^1.0.10
gitconfig : teambit/node-gitconfig
glob : ^7.1.1
group-array : ^0.3.3
is-array-buffer-x : ^1.0.13
is-glob : ^4.0.0
jfs : ^0.2.6
lodash.assignwith : ^4.2.0
lodash.find : ^4.6.0
lodash.groupby : ^4.6.0
lodash.includes : ^4.3.0
lodash.maxby : ^4.6.0
lodash.merge : ^4.6.0
lodash.partition : ^4.6.0
lodash.pickby : ^4.6.0
lodash.toarray : ^4.4.0
lodash.unionby : ^4.8.0
lodash.uniqby : ^4.7.0
loud-rejection : ^1.6.0
mkdirp : ^0.5.1
mockery : ^2.0.0
needle : ^2.0.0
normalize-path : ^2.1.1
object-diff : ^0.0.4
ora : ^1.1.0
p-map-series : ^1.0.0
parse-gitignore : ^0.4.0
pkg : ^4.2.6
porter-stemmer : ^0.9.1
prompt : ^1.0.0
ramda : ^0.24.1
regenerator-runtime : ^0.11.0
requestify : ^0.2.5
roadrunner : ^1.1.0
semver : ^5.4.1
serialize-error : ^2.1.0
ssh2 : ^0.5.4
string-format : ^0.5.0
symlink-or-copy : ^1.1.8
toposort-class : ^1.0.1
tty-table : ^2.5.5
user-home : ^2.0.0
uuid : ^3.0.1
vinyl : ^2.1.0
vinyl-file : ^3.0.0
vinyl-write : ^0.2.2
winston : ^2.4.0

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