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  1. Hi all, I created a Phaser generator for Yeoman (a scaffolding tool). The original idea was to have an easy way to set up a HTML 5 game project for game jams, prototypes, etc. It doesn't have a lot of features, but it provides: Latest version of Phaser, of course A starter project with an asset preloader scene, plus a main scene.A gulpfile with some basic tasks:Launch a local web serverLivereload (so the web browser does a reload automatically when a JS file changes)Deployment via rsyncBrowserify integration, so you have a nice way to create modules for your game (and/our use NPM packages) or import other files while we wait for ES6 to be common.Two HTML files: one that acts as a viewer/wrapper (which you can customize) and another one that is just a canvas so the game can be embedded in 3rd party sites (like itch.io or Ludum Dare)If you have node and NPM in your system, this is really easy to setup. First you need to install Yeoman and this generator: npm install -g yo generator-gamejamThen you create a new directory for your game (or clone an empty git repository) and run Yeoman from there: mkdir my-fancy-gamecd my-fancy-gameyo gamejamYou will be asked several questions, such as the title of your game, the license you want to use, the resolution you'd like, etc. With this info, you will get a custom base template you can build your game on Once the template is set up, you can try it by running: gulp runThen open your browser in http://localhost:8080 and boom! If you want livereload, you'll need an extension for your browser, like this one for Chrome. There's a gulp task to deploy your game to a server via rsync. In order for that to work, you need to edit the file gulp.config.json with the data of your server. And I think that's it. If you have any comments, or feature requests, they are more than welcome. Happy coding