Recorded: February 27, 2018
To install, navigate to https://nodejs.org/en/ and click the download button. After it downloads, click the file to run it. The installer GUI opens up. The installer will install both Node.js and npm.
Simply follow the prompts. When it’s done, open terminal.
We need to verify that the location
/usr/local/bin is in the local PATH. In terminal, type
echo $PATH and verify the location is listed. If for some reason the location is not within the $PATH, then go to this article and follow the steps.
Next, in terminal type
node -v. It should echo out the version of node.js if it is properly pathed and installed. Repeat this process for npm.
Keep It Simple, Stupid (KISS) - the best kiss you'll get in code.
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