# How To

# How to Install Node.js

nvm (opens new window) (Node Version Manager) allows you to download, install and manage your Node.js versions. With nvm you can easily switch between different versions installed on your system. You can download it with the following links:

# Using the Traditional Way

Otherwise, you can download the Node.js installer corresponding to your system here (opens new window).

# Is Node.js installed?

Ensure Node.js is installed with the following command:

node --version

# How to Install Python

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Python is maybe already installed on your system. You can check it with python --version or python3 --version.

pyenv (opens new window) is a simple Python version manager which allows you to do the same as what nvm does for Node.js.

# Using the Traditional Way

Otherwise, you can download the Python installer corresponding to your system here (opens new window). Once you run the installer, check Add Python to PATH, then install.

# Is Python installed?

Ensure Python is installed with the following command:

python --version

Or

python3 --version

# How to Install Pipenv

WARNING

Before installing Pipenv, make sure you have Python installed.

# Using pip (Linux/Windows)

pip (opens new window) is a packages manager for Python, it allows you to download and install Python packages easily. We can use it here to install Pipenv thanks to the command below:

pip install pipenv --user

# Using Homebrew (macOS)

Homebrew (opens new window) is a packages manager for macOS. You can easily install packages with it. To install Pipenv, simply execute the following command:

brew install pipenv

# Using the Traditional Way

Well, there is no much to say here, just follow this guide (opens new window).

# Is Pipenv installed?

Ensure Pipenv is installed with the following command:

pipenv --version