npm is the package manager for Node.js, used to install, manage, and share packages of code.
Docsify is a lightweight documentation generator that can turn your markdown files into a beautiful website.
Download the Windows Installer from the official Node.js website.
Double-click the downloaded file to start the installation wizard and follow the prompts.
Open Command Prompt and run the following command to check if Node.js is installed:
If Node.js is installed, you will see its version number printed to the console.
- Install Node.js using Homebrew by running the following command in Terminal:
brew install node
Alternatively, you can download the Linux Binaries from the official Node.js website.
Open Terminal and run the following command to check if Node.js is installed:
- Install Node.js using your distribution's package manager. For example, on Ubuntu, run the following command:
sudo apt-get install nodejs
- Open Terminal and run the following command to check if Node.js is installed:
npm is installed automatically with Node.js.
To check if npm is installed, open Terminal or Command Prompt and run the following command:
- Open Terminal or Command Prompt and run the following command:
npm install -g docsify-cli
This command installs Docsify globally on your system, making it available from anywhere in the terminal.
To check if Docsify is installed, run the following command:
You have successfully installed Node.js, npm, and Docsify on your system.
Get Started with Docisfy
Start a New project:
docsify init your-project
Serve it locally:
docisfy serve your-project
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You can now start to generate your websites.
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