I’ve closely promoted nvm, a Node.js model supervisor, through the years. Having a software to handle a number of variations of a language interpreter has been so helpful, particularly because of the complexity of Node.js bundle administration.
One tip I like to provide new builders is including a
.nvmrc file to their repositories. The file contents is only a easy string representing the model of Node.js the mission requires:
A mission with this
.nvmrc is specifying that Node.js
v16 ought to be used. Any developer may then run
nvm use to obtain, set up, and swap to that model. A
nvm set up name would then set up dependencies according to that model.