Q.I need multiple Node version for multiple projects.
Sol: In such cases NVM used.
Q.How to install and manage node using nvm??
What is NVM?
NVM stands for Node Version Manager. As the name suggests, NVM used to manage the multiple Node version. Sometimes you got multiple projects with different node versions. Then this would be more helpful.
In such cases, with NVM you can switch easily between the node versions. In this article will let you know step by step how to install and manage node version using nvm.
Step 1: Install Node.js on Ubuntu
The first step is to install the NVM on your system. Run the following command and it will install the NVM.
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/master/install.sh | bash
After executing the above command, do not forget to close the terminal. Again open the terminal and you can also check its installed version using the below command.
Step 2: Install Latest Node Version using nvm
To check the available node version to install, run the following command.
Now, run the following command to install the available latest node version on the ubuntu system.
nvm install v12.6.0
To check the installed Node version on the system, execute the following command.
Step 3: Change Node Version Using NVM
NVM has the ability to switch easily between the multiple node version. First, check the list of installed node.js version on the ubuntu system. After that set the default node.js version as per project needs.
As you can check the current default node version is v10.16.0. You can easily change the node version. FOr example, we want to change the node version to v12.6.0. Just run the below command.
nvm use v12.6.0
Now the node.js version is switched to the desired version. For more details, you can also visit the Node Version Manager Github repository.
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Conclusion: You have perfectly learned how to switch to multiple node.js version using NVM command. For any feedback, kindly write in below command box.