My Path to node.js and Oracle Glory - Volume 3
Next step - node.js setup on Ubuntu. This was remarkably easy! I went to https://nodejs.org/ and viewed their Downloads section, where I then went to “Installing from package managers”. That link takes you to this URL on GitHub. If you read the first line of “Debian and Ubuntu based Linux distributions”, you’ll note you should go to nodesource’s blog post for the most up to date instructions. I did what I was told - read what they have to say on the page - helpful stuff!
My Path to node.js and Oracle Glory - Volume 2
OK, so now having established my database server in Volume 1 of this series, I now need to move to the next step - setting up my chromebook with Linux in order to facilitate node.js development. I chose a chromebook as my dev machine of choice as I wanted something that natively runs on Linux, but didn’t want to pay as much as a Mac and didn’t really like the Linux based machine options out there… Google is doing a great job with these and after having my chromebook for a little over a week - I have to say I love it…
My Path to node.js and Oracle Glory - Volume 1