How can I manage multiple versions of Node.js on my machine using nvm?
Asked 4 months ago
I work on multiple projects with varying Node.js version requirements, and it's causing conflicts. What steps and practices should I follow to efficiently manage multiple Node.js versions using nvm on my development machine?
Tuesday, October 31, 2023
First things first, ensure that nvm is installed on your machine with `nvm install`. To use a specific version of Node.js, type the command `nvm use 8.10.0`, taking 8.10.0 as an example. Finally, to set default versions of Node.js for different projects, I'd suggest using `nvm alias`. That being said, you can also consider creating a `.nvmrc` file in your project directory to specify the required Node.js version, which would ensure project-specific version management.
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