In this topic you will learn how to install NodeJS on Windows / Linux. To develop in NodeJS, you first need to have the following software on your system.
- Node Package Manager (NPM)
- IDE (Integrated Development Environment) or TextEditor
To install NodeJS on Windows operating system, you can download and install the updated stable version by visiting the official website link https://nodejs.org/en. After downloading, double-click on the file and run it. to install.
Check if Node.js is installed
To check whether node.js is installed or not, simply open Command Prompt and type.
C:\Users\HP>node -v v16.13.0
If the version shows up in this way, then NodeJS has been successfully installed.
Node Package Manager (NPM)
The way there is composer for PHP, NPM for NodeJs. It is a package manager, with its help you can install external libraries.