blendid - A delicious blend of gulp tasks combined into a configurable asset pipeline and static site builder

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(formerly gulp-starter) A full featured configurable gulp asset pipeline and static site builder


babel-core : ^6.25.0
babel-loader : ^7.1.1
babel-preset-es2015 : ^6.24.1
babel-preset-stage-1 : ^6.24.1
browser-sync : ^2.18.13
del : 2.2.2
gulp : 3.9.1
gulp-autoprefixer : 3.1.1
gulp-changed : ^2.0.0
gulp-cssnano : 2.1.2
gulp-data : 1.2.1
gulp-gh-pages : 0.5.4
gulp-htmlmin : 3.0.0
gulp-if : 2.0.2
gulp-notify : ^3.0.0
gulp-nunjucks-render : ^2.2.1
gulp-rename : 1.2.2
gulp-replace : ^0.5.4
gulp-rev : 7.1.2
gulp-rev-napkin : 0.1.0
gulp-rev-replace : 0.4.3
gulp-sass : ^3.1.0
gulp-sequence : 0.4.6
gulp-sizereport : 1.2.0
gulp-sourcemaps : ^2.6.0
gulp-svgstore : 6.1.0
gulp-util : ^3.0.8
gulp-watch : 4.3.11
lodash : ^4.17.4
merge-stream : ^1.0.1
minimist : ^1.2.0
node-fs-extra : ^0.8.2
open : 0.0.5
pretty-hrtime : 1.0.3
require-dir : 0.3.2
webpack : ^3.4.1
webpack-dev-middleware : ^1.12.0
webpack-hot-middleware : ^2.18.2



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