Node JS is a Java-based platform for the script task, a ' runner ', which is increasing in popularity, due to the very helpful developers in developing the project. With more than 100,000 NPM (node package manager), the documentation that classmates wordpress, Node JS is a fresh breeze for users of open source.
Node JS can be installed on Windows, Mac and Linux. Windows users simply install .msi-his only and can execute its functions from the ' cmd ' default terminal windows, but here is how to install Node JS on Ubuntu at 14.04.
How to easily install Node JS on Ubuntu at 14.04 is as follows: (all of these commands are typed in the terminal)
- sudo apt-get install nodejs
- sudo apt-get install npm (install node package manager)
- sudo ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs usr/bin/node (create a symbolic link with the alias ' node ' because many tools that use alias ' nodes ')
- nmp -v (both of these commands for the megecek installation Node JS and NPM has been installed correctly)
Type the above commands one by one on your ubuntu linux terminal, once that is done then you can continue on to the next command.