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npm Download, Install and Usage Tutorial

nodejs is a popular javascript platform and framework which provides server and client-side libraries. What makes nodejs so successful is its package manager named npm or nodejs package manager. npm provides easily install, update and remove packages and load libraries according to the application configuration. Install Npm Package For Ubuntu,...

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What Is String Data Type In JavaScript, Java, Python, C# , PHP, C, C++, PowerShell Programming Languages?

String is a very popular data type which can be used in different programming languages like JavaScript, Java, Python, C#, PHP, C, C++, PowerShell.  String is mainly used to store characters like a text. Alternative data types are an integer, floating point, etc where they are mainly used for mathematical...

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What Is HTTP Error 500 and How To Solve It?

Http is worlds most popular protocol used in the internet to exchange data and run web applications. Http protocol also have standards. Http is stateless protocol which means separate Http request do  not have any connection with eash other. Http have mechanism to provide information about request which is called...

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How To Install Gulp with Npm

Gulp is a streaming build system mainly used by Javascript, Typescript application developers. We may need to install gulp from npm . Install NPM In order to install gulp we will install Nodejs Package Manager. Following tutorial explains it in detail. http://www.poftut.com/install-nodejs-ubuntu-debian-fedora-centos-redhat/ Install Gulp with Npm The best and practical way...

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How To Install Nodejs Into Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, CentOS, RedHat

Nodejs is a platform built  on Google Chrome Javascript runtime. Nodejs have different usage where Javascript traditionally used in client side applications. Nodejs can be used both client and server side applications. In this tutorial we will look how to install Nodejs into Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, CentOS,...

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