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If you are in the need to interact for debugging or testing a running web app on a server, or locally, you can make use of the built-in browser console.
Here´s an example:
Installing NodeJS on your system is pretty straightforward:
npm init -y
npmstands form Node Package Manager
initstands for initialize/initiate
-yis to apply the default values and start, you can change them later or run the code without the
-yand see for yourself the given options
After it finishes, a
package.json will show on your files, and if you open it, it´ll have all the data we manually specified by omitting the
-y flag or the generic information which can be edited anytime we want.
To run your app, you can do it by writing on the terminal:
Remember to take out the
$ when writing on the terminal.
node to summon our node engine and we tell which file we want to run, in this how-to we named our file
local, that’s why
Well now, even if we manage to execute our app, this is not the most common way to do it. Remember the
package.json we created with
npm init -y? Well, we´re editing it now to run our app. We need to add to our
package.json the following:
We´ll add it on the
start will be the keyword we´ll use to tell node to run
To run our app, all we need to do now is write in the IDE built-in terminal
npm run start
Here´s a visual example of how the
Now, every time we run
npm run start, node will run our