Welcome to a walk-through on installing Node.js and NPM

What is Node.js and NPM?

Node.js is an open-source and cross-platform JavaScript-based environment. Which allows us to create web-servers and networked applications. In Addition to that we can also use it to perform helpful tasks on our computer such as concatenating and minifying JavaScript files and compiling Sass files into CSS.

It’s truly a popular tool for almost any kind of project!

NPM (Node Package Manager) is basically a “package manager” that allows easy and quick way for installing Node packages.

This article will cover installation across Windows, MAC and Ubuntu.

For Windows


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Angular Installation

Prerequisites

Angular projects are dependent on npm packages. So by installing Node.js, we by default get npm package manager, which is used to install npm packages.

Once the installation done, we get and binaries added to systems environment path. That means, now you can use node and npm command.

Lets check the version of Node installed by using the following commands in our terminal:

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