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Node.js is a JavaScript runtime for server-side programming. It allows developers to create scalable backend functionality using JavaScript, a language many are already familiar with from browser-based web development. In this guide, we will show you three different ways of getting Node.js installed on an Ubuntu 20.04 server 1. Using apt to install the nodejs package from Ubuntu’s default software repository 2. Using apt with an alternate PPA software repository to install specific versions of the nodejs package 3. Installing NVM, the Node Version Manager, and using it to install and manage multiple versions of Node.js Useful links rent VPS/VDS - NodeSource documentation - Commands used FIRST WAY sudo apt update sudo apt install nodejs node - v sudo apt install npm SECOND WAY cd ~ curl - sL -o /tmp/ nano /tmp/ sudo bash /tmp/ sudo apt install nodejs node - v THIRD WAY curl - o - curl - o - | bash source ~/.bashrc nvm list-remote nvm install vXX.X.X nvm list nvm install lts/fermium nvm use vXX.X.X UNINSTALL apt remove nodejs
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