Setting up macOS
Electron supports macOS 10.10 (Yosemite) and up. Appledoes not allow running macOS in virtual machines unless the host computer isalready an Apple computer, so if you find yourself in need of a Mac, considerusing a cloud service that rents access to Macs (like MacInCloudor xcloud).
- Microsoft Visual Studio. Microsoft Visual Studio is a premium IDE ranging in price from $699.
- It's a fantastic IDE for Web Development with great support for Node.js. It's based on IntelliJ IDEA, so if you liked that IDE you'll love Webstorm, which is tailored for a web developer working in Node. The only problem is that you have to pay for it, but you can try it free for thirty days.
Node.js Tools for Visual Studio is a free and open source Visual Studio extension supported by Microsoft and the community. We are constantly working to improve the Node.js experience in Visual Studio, and look forward to hearing any feedback or ideas you have.
First, install a recent version of Node.js. We recommend that you installeither the latest
Current version available. Visitthe Node.js download page and select the
macOS Installer.While Homebrew is an offered option, but we recommend against it - many toolswill be incompatible with the way Homebrew installs Node.js.
Once downloaded, execute the installer and let the installation wizard guideyou through the installation. Kdwin for mac os.
Once installed, confirm that everything works as expected. Find the macOS
Terminal application in your
/Applications/Utilities folder (or bysearching for the word
Terminal in Spotlight). Open up
Terminalor another command line client of your choice and confirm that both
npm are available:
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