1. Node.js installation using homebrew
If you already have it installed on your computer, you can skip the next few steps, otherwise, proceed.
To check if your Mac already have node install or not run following command
$ node -v
We’ll install Node.js using Homebrew This isn’t the only way to install Node but I find that Homebrew is great as a package manager. With it you can easily install the latest as well as specific versions of a package, have different versions of a package, select which version to use, update and uninstall packages, e.t.c. To install Homebrew, go to their website and follow the instruction at the top of the page.
*Homebrew is MacOSX only command line installer application and it doesn’t exist for Windows.
Follow the following command to install Homebrew
- If you have already Homebrew installed
$ brew update
OR 1. If you don’t have Homebrew installed, To install Homebrew run following command in terminal (this link may change so better copy from their website)
/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
After Homebrew is installed, install Node.js by pasting the following in a Terminal window.
$ brew install node
2. Node.js installation
You can also Download the latest version of Node.js.