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Setting Up Your Node.JS Environment
« on: January 20, 2019, 01:53:37 pm »
Windows:
  • Download the latest LTS version of the Node.JS binary here.
  • Open up the installer and go through the install process.
  • I would highly recommend downloading and installing Yarn, an open source package manager for Node.JS, instead of using the preinstalled one. Download it here.
Mac:
  • Download the latest LTS version of the Node.JS binary here.
  • Open up the installer and go through the install process.
  • I would highly recommend downloading and installing Yarn, an open source package manager for Node.JS, instead of using the preinstalled one. Install it by running "brew install yarn" in your shell.
Linux:
  • Download the Node.JS source code from here.
  • CD to the folder it was downloaded to and run "tar -xf node-vX.X.X.tar.gz" where X.X.X is the current version of Node.JS.
  • Now CD to "./node-vX.X.X" and run "./configure", "make", and "sudo make install".
  • Install Yarn by selecting your OS here and following the instructions.
Now that you have Node.JS and Yarn installed:
  • Learn how to use Yarn here.
  • Run "yarn init" or if you chose not to use Yarn "npm init" in a folder (with your command prompt) to create a project.
  • Create a file named "index.js" and run "node ." or "node index.js" to run the code in the file.
Congratulations on setting up Node.JS and Yarn!
« Last Edit: January 20, 2019, 01:59:49 pm by jasonhaxstuff »
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