Yeoman (n) 1. A noble servant, carrying out various duties for the sovereign. Associated with hard toil. 2. Your new favorite web application stack and development tool.
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Welcome, Friend!

Yeoman is a robust and opinionated set of tools, libraries, and a workflow that can help developers quickly build beautiful, compelling web apps.

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Platform Support

Yeoman supports OS X, Linux, FreeBSD, with partial Windows support. We will be aiming to bring in full support for Windows in a future version.

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See the contributing docs



Yeoman was beautifully crafted by these people and a bunch of awesome contributors

Paul IrishPaul Irish  Addy OsmaniAddy Osmani  Mickael DanielMickael Daniel  Sindre SorhusSindre Sorhus

Eric BidelmanEric Bidelman Frederick RosFrederick Ros Brian FordBrian Ford


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