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, Windows.

Issue Submission

Make sure you've read the issue submission guidelines before you open a new issue.

Yeoman is composed of a number of different sub-projects, most of which have their own dedicated repository. If you are looking for a repo for a particular piece, you'll find it on the organization page.

Feature requests

Feature requests should be submitted to the repo it concerns. Submit to yeoman/yeoman if you're unsure.

Contribute

See the contributing docs

Support

Need help or have a question?

Please don't use the issue trackers for support/questions.

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Team

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

Paul Irish Addy Osmani Mickael Daniel Sindre Sorhus Eric Bidelman
Paul Irish Addy Osmani Mickael Daniel Sindre Sorhus Eric Bidelman
Frederick Ros Brian Ford Pascal Hartig Stephen Sawchuk Simon Boudrias
Frederick Ros Brian Ford Pascal Hartig Stephen Sawchuk Simon Boudrias
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Hemanth.HM

License

BSD license Copyright (c) Google

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