Install Node.js on macOS

Node.js today is no stranger to people, it is a JavaScript runtime used to develop client and server applications. It also provides for us a tool for managing dependencies like Apache Maven or Gradle in Java, called Node Package Manager. In this tutorial, I show you how to install Node.js on your macOS environment!

First, we need to have the installation file of Node.js. Please download it here: https://nodejs.org/en/

After the download is complete, double-click on the installation file of Node.js, you will see the following window:

Install Node.js on macOS

The current version of Node.js is v8.9.3. And as I said, Node.js provides us with a Node Package Management (NPM) tool to manage dependencies, so as you can see, NPM is also installed with Node.js and its current version is v5.5.1.

Then click Continue button:

Install Node.js on macOS

This is the license window of Node.js. Leave the default and then click Continue button.

Install Node.js on macOS

Click Agree button.

Install Node.js on macOS

Select the drive that will install Node.js. Simply, just click Continue button.

Install Node.js on macOS

Click Install to install it. Normally on macOS, when installing some software, it will ask for the user password.

Install Node.js on macOS

Click Install Software after you have completed entering the password.

Install Node.js on macOS

That’s it.

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