How to install NVM (Node Version Manager) with Homebrew
If you create Angular apps, it's inevitable that you'll need to manage different versions of node. Node Version Manager makes it really easy to do so here's how to install NVM on Mac using Homebrew.
If you don't have Homebrew installed yet, read this article.
Step 1: Install NVM
Install node version manager.
brew install nvm
Step 2: Create a directory for NVM
Step 3: Configure your environmental variables
Either create or open your
export NVM_DIR=~/.nvm source $(brew --prefix nvm)/nvm.sh
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Step 4: Double check your work
If you've done everything correctly, you should be able to run the
nvm command and ask it to list which versions node are available.
Step 5: Install Node
You can see a list of previously released versions of node from the NodeJS release page
Install Node 6.x.x.
nvm install 6.11.4
Install Node 8.x.x
nvm install 8.0.0
Double check your installation.