$ node -v # >= v12.18.0
We recommend using nvm for managing your Node.js installation version(s).
Quick guide on installing/using nvm
Install nvm via your OS package manager (aptitude, pacman, homebrew, ...) or alternatively via nvm install script.
Then, install a version of node that you need (any >= 12.18.0), e.g.:
$ nvm install 12
Finally, whenever you need to ensure specific version of node is used, run e.g.
$ nvm use 12
to set the node version for current shell session.
You can run
$ node -v
to check the version of node currently being used in this shell session.
Check NVM repo for more details: https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm .
- Linux / OS X
- From source
$ wasp new MyNewApp # Creates a new web app named MyNewApp.$ cd MyNewApp$ wasp start # Serves the web app.
That's it 🎉! You have successfully created and served a new web app at http://localhost:3000 and Wasp is serving both frontend and backend for you.
Check out the 🤓 Todo App tutorial 🤓 , which will take you through all the core features of Wasp!
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