An electron app that helps new users get their computers set up with Node.js, Git, and other tools.
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README.md

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An electron app that helps new users get their computers set up with Node.js, Git, and other tools.

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About

A desktop app to help new programmers set up a Node/JavaScript development environment on their computer for the first time.

Check to see if node, git, and other tools are installed.

Work in progress

There are still some improvements that need to be made before ready for use. Contributions are welcome.

This project is based on dev-env-status-check, a node library for checking a user's computer for needed dependencies.

Planned improvements (PRs welcome!)

This module needs to be tested and adapted for use on both linux and windows.

Additional design improvements.

Links to additional documentation and better in-app contextual information about each of the tools.

For now this only checks node, npm, and git. It should check a user's system for dependencies like gcc, and we may want to check for things like atom and homebrew.

Check the dev-env-status-check repo for additional todos.

Install

Download the version for your computer

Contributing

Contributions are welcome! Please read the contributing guidelines first.

Conduct

It is important that this project contributes to a friendly, safe, and welcoming environment for all. Read this project's code of conduct

Changelog

Read about the changes to this project in CHANGELOG.md. The format is based on Keep a Changelog and this project adheres to Semantic Versioning.

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License

ISC