Flitter's core units.
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README.md

Flitter

Flitter is a quick & ligthweight web app framework based on Express.

You should totally check out the main project here.

Also, the docs here.

What is this package?

The libflitter package provides the core collection of units required to get Flitter off the ground. These units rely on a particular folder structure that is passed to the units. Each unit does one task and only one task. This helps keep Flitter extensible, changeable, and relatively easy to understand.

Who?

Flitter (and libflitter) was (er.. were) created by Garrett Mills, and its use is governed by the terms of the MIT License as specified in the LICENSE file.

Of course, that does mean that Flitter is © 2019 Garrett Mills. ;)