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Open command prompt
Terminalif you are using mac).
Type on the command windows
If NodeJS is present in the system, you´ll see something like
v16.51.1 being that the installed version of Node (It could be other version, no worries).
Go to https://nodejs.org
Download the recommended version.
Run the installer.
Accept terms and conditions and next, next, next...
npm init -y.
npm stands for
Node Package Manager
init is the keyword for NodeJs to create a new project.
-y is to pass as a default all values.
package.jsonfile will be created on your project folder.
Right click on the file explorer (where the
package.json is displayed) and select new file.
We are naming it
1$ node app
Remember to take out the "$"
And you´ll see on the terminal the
console.log() message displayed.
Still, I prefer to do it another way, since it allows for a more robust and personalized way to run our
package.json we created with
npm init -y? Well, we are editing now. We will make that, every time we type
npm run start on the Visual Studio terminal, it´ll execute our
package.json to edit it.
1 "start" : "node app.js"
Careful! We added a
, at the end of line 7, if the
, is missing, the JSON format is not correct and will throw errors / won´t work.
1npm run start