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In order to update NodeJS, you may use **Node Version Manager (NVM)**. NVM is a command-line tool specifically built to manage multiple active Node.js versions.
// Installs the latest version nvm install node // Use the latest version nvm use node //To reinstall packages from previous version nvm reinstall-packages v.13.9.1
Working Principle of Node Version Manager (NVM)
NVM operates on any POSIX-compliant shell, although it needs to tweak your shell profile to work correctly. It permits a developer to install multiple Node.js versions, designating/switching among them with ease.
The code listed above demonstrates the use of NVM, starting by installing the latest available node version and then activating it for use. If there are any packages installed under a previous version that you need to keep, the third command allows you to reinstall those packages.
Exploring npm (Node Package Manager)
The **npm** (Node Package Manager) is the official packet manager for Node.js. As part of every Node.js installation, npm helps in package installation, version management, and dependency management, which are key aspects in modern web development.
A **package.json** file in your app directory outlines all the dependencies of your project. You can add packages as a dependency by using the command ‘npm install