What are the best workflow wrappers for modern webapp front-end development?

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Why do you recommend Yeoman?

Why do you not recommend Yeoman?

Most active community

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Yeoman has the most active community with new generators being created at a rapid pace. Because of the momentum behind the community, you can expect...

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Why do you recommend CodeKit [$29] ?

Why do you not recommend CodeKit [$29] ?

Everything is set up for you

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Everything you need to get a project started is included with CodeKit. Thanks to the professional support, different components of the workflow pipel...

Mac only

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This is a major problem for larger teams that have varied development environments.

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Why do you recommend Slush?

Why do you not recommend Slush?

Built from the ground up to work with Gulp

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Because Slush is built around streams and designed to work best with Gulp. It allows you to get the benefits of a streaming build system without havi...

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Why do you recommend Lineman?

Why do you not recommend Lineman?

Opinionated workflow

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While Lineman is hands off when it comes to what you do on the client side, the workflow and tools used around it are opinionated, which means there&...

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Why do you recommend FireShell?

Why do you not recommend FireShell?

Provides a strong starting point built on best practices

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FireShell is particularly opinionated, but it's a great way to get started with best practices if you're not sure where to start. It's a...

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