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Move Canary Note (#424)

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Matthew Sweeney
Matthew Sweeney committed Dec 31, 2019
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**The below readme is the documentation for the `canary` (prerelease) branch. To view the documentation for the latest stable Micro version visit [npmjs.com/micro](https://npmjs.com/micro).**

> Disclaimer: Micro was created for use within containers and is not intended for use in serverless environments. For those using ZEIT Now, this means that there is no requirement to use Micro in your projects as the benefits it provides are not applicable to the platform. Utility features provided by Micro, such as `json`, are readily available in the form of [Serverless Function helpers](https://zeit.co/docs/runtimes#official-runtimes/node-js/node-js-request-and-response-objects).
**Disclaimer: Micro was created for use within containers and is not intended for use in serverless environments. For those using ZEIT Now, this means that there is no requirement to use Micro in your projects as the benefits it provides are not applicable to the platform. Utility features provided by Micro, such as `json`, are readily available in the form of [Serverless Function helpers](https://zeit.co/docs/runtimes#official-runtimes/node-js/node-js-request-and-response-objects).**

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* **Explicit**: No middleware - modules declare all [dependencies](https://github.com/amio/awesome-micro)
* **Lightweight**: With all dependencies, the package weighs less than a megabyte

> This readme is the documentation for the `canary` (prerelease) branch. To view the documentation for the latest stable Micro version visit [npmjs.com/micro](https://npmjs.com/micro).
## Installation

**Important:** Micro is only meant to be used in production. In development, you should use [micro-dev](https://github.com/zeit/micro-dev), which provides you with a tool belt specifically tailored for developing microservices.

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