Praveen helps get Yeoman on Windows 

Author: Editor | Published: September 17, 2012 at 05:10 AM

A flipper's contribution to Yeoman is recognised by Google team and the front-end community

Yeoman is a front-end tool stack to helps developers to create web Apps. It comprises of set of tools to scaffold, compile SCSS & CoffeeScript, lint code, inbuilt server, etc. Yeoman is a Google product and the installation was previously limited to OSX & Linux. Needless to say the community was asking for a solution for Yeoman to be installed in Windows. Praveen, our front-end developer extraordinaire, managed to figure it out and the DIY instructions can be found here. Needless to say, Yeoman’s Windows development has taken off after this. 

Praveen’s contribution has been recognized by Google Yeoman team members Paul Irish (Google Chrome dev relations) & Addy Osmani (Developer Programs Engineer at Google). The news has also been included in one of the developer community’s most popular JavaScript newsletters JavaScript Weekly (Issue #96). You can read all about “Installing Yeoman’s Stack on Windows” here. The development has also garnered mention in a Yeoman article on and a few other blogs. 

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