Install Node.js, NPM and VS Code Editor on Windows, Mac, and Linux in 2020

 How to Install Node.js, NPM and VS Code Editor on Windows, Mac, and Linux in 2020

Step 1: To Download Node.js Installer


In a web browser, navigate to 

Select your Operating System and Click the Installer button to download the LTS(Long Term Support) version. 

At the time this article was written, version 12.18.3-x64 was the latest version(Windows). 

The Node.js installer includes the NPM package manager.

Step 2: How to Install Node.js and NPM 

1. Once the installer finishes downloading, launch it. Open the download link in your browser and click the file. Or, browse to the location where you have saved the file and double-click it to launch.

2. The system will ask if you want to run the software – click Run.

3. You will be welcomed to the Node.js Setup Wizard – click Next.

4. On the next screen, review the license agreement. Click Next if you agree to the terms and install the software.

5. The installer will prompt you for the installation location. Leave the default location, unless you have a specific need to install it somewhere else – then click Next.

6. The wizard will let you select components to include or remove from the installation. Again, unless you have a specific need, accept the defaults by clicking Next.

7. Finally, click the Install button to run the installer. When it finishes, click Finish.

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Step 3: Verify Installation

Open a command prompt (or PowerShell), and enter the following:

node –v (Here the v flag is the version of the nodejs)

The system should display the Node.js version installed on your system. 

You can do the same for NPM:

npm –v (Here the v flag is the version of the nodejs)

VS Code Editor

Now, to run our Node JS we need editor right, so for VS Code Editor Here is how we gonna install it. 

Getting up and running with Visual Studio Code is quick and easy. It is a small download so you can install in a matter of minutes and give VS Code a try.

It's Cross-platform

VS Code is a free code editor, which runs on the macOS, Linux, and Windows operating systems.

Below Click the Links to download it: