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pyup vs SlushJS: What are the differences?

What is pyup? Manage Python project dependencies by sending automated pull requests whenever a dependencies releases a new version. We help you to keep track of dependency updates by sending you automated pull requests directly to your GitHub repo whenever a new update comes out.

What is SlushJS? The streaming scaffolding system - Gulp as a replacement for Yeoman. Slush is a scaffolding tool, i.e. a tool to help you generate new project structures to get you up and running with your new project in a matter of seconds.

pyup and SlushJS are primarily classified as "Python Build" and "Front End Scaffolding" tools respectively.

pyup and SlushJS are both open source tools. It seems that SlushJS with 1.23K GitHub stars and 56 forks on GitHub has more adoption than pyup with 327 GitHub stars and 49 GitHub forks.

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What is pyup?

We help you to keep track of dependency updates by sending you automated pull requests directly to your GitHub repo whenever a new update comes out.

What is SlushJS?

Slush is a scaffolding tool, i.e. a tool to help you generate new project structures to get you up and running with your new project in a matter of seconds.

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