scaffolder

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Etymology[edit]

From scaffold +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

scaffolder (plural scaffolders)

  1. A person who erects and dismantles scaffolding.
  2. (programming) A software tool that creates the basic framework or template for a new project.
    • 2016, William Penberthy, Beginning ASP.NET for Visual Studio 2015 (page 71)
      The default site that is created by the Visual Studio project scaffolder uses Bootstrap by default.
    • 2017, Christoffer Noring, ‎Pablo Deeleman, Learning Angular
      React has a scaffolder tool called create-react-app, which [] saves countless hours for React developers []
  3. A spectator in the gallery of a theatre.

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