How to completely Uninstall node.js on Ubuntu

For some reason or another you want to uninstall node.js. This can depend on how you installed node.js in the first place but here are a couple of methods which you can use to uninstall node.js complete from Ubuntu Linux. Uninstall node.js on Ubuntu – Method 1 Check where your node is installed. which node …

Top Tools to Test Node.js Code Online

Here are some online tools which you can use to test your Node.js web apps code online – pretty cool! 1. JSApp.US JsApp.US is a hosting platform for node.js applications. It is setup to be a platform to coddle to quick, weekend hack like projects. Know of any others? Please leave a comment!

Installing the latest version of node on Ubuntu Linux

Follow these simple steps to installing the latest version of Node.js on Ubuntu Linux. Check your current node version The following command should show you your current node.js version. node –version Install latest node version Run the following commands on your Ubuntu linux box to install node using a package manager. sudo apt-get update sudo …

Quickhand Version of loading Grunt NpmTasks

Going the long way! Why don’t you use this to load your grunt NpmTasks? require(‘matchdep’).filterDev(‘grunt-*’).forEach(grunt.loadNpmTasks); instead of grunt.loadNpmTasks(‘grunt-karma’); grunt.loadNpmTasks(‘grunt-contrib-uglify’); grunt.loadNpmTasks(‘grunt-contrib-watch’); grunt.loadNpmTasks(‘grunt-nodemon’); grunt.loadNpmTasks(‘grunt-concurrent’); grunt.loadNpmTasks(‘grunt-docular’); grunt.loadNpmTasks(‘grunt-ngmin’); grunt.loadNpmTasks(‘grunt-jasmine-node’); This will search the package.json file and automatically add those tasks to your grunt config. Very nice. How it works It uses npm matchdep to filter npm module dependencies by …