How to Update Node.JS on Windows 10

By |2019-06-21T07:33:17+00:00June 18th, 2019|Categories: NodeJS, Scoop, Web Development, Windows|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

  Its always to time-consuming & risky task to update/upgrade Node.Js to latest version without impacting any JavaScript Frameworks like Angular, React.JS, Vue.JS, Svelte.JS, Gatsby.JS projects. I have found an alternative to the manual process to little bit automated process. For that... I have started exploring "SCOOP". You all might be wondering. What is Scoop While Scoop can fetch and install packages from the internet to get you up and running with the open-source tools you need it on Windows machine, it feels a lot more like the venerable Homebrew. Homebrew was one of Scoop’s inspirations—and it shows, with a one-command installation (two if you need to make a small Windows config change) that gets you 100% auto setup / guided. The key difference between Scoop and Chocolatey that made me a Scoop fan was the fact that, by default, it installs all its packages into a scoop directory right off your user folder. This allows it to run without [...]