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Node Version Manager
Node Version Manager or nvm is a POSIX-compliant bash script for managing multiple active node.js versions. It allows you to access every long term support (LTS) version of node.js, download any of these remote LTS versions locally, set up aliases so you can easily switch between downloaded Node versions, and automatically use the version of node.js that is specified if a .nvmrc file is present.
Nvm can work on any POSIX-compliant shell, particularly on windows WSL, macOS and unix platforms. It is designed to be installed per-user, and invoked per-shell.
- Access to LTS versions of node.js
- Reference LTS versions in aliases
- Migrate global packages while installing
- Default global packages from file while installing
- Install io.js
- Use system-installed version of node
- See versions lists
- Create a .nvmrc file containing a node version number
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