How to install node on macOS Ventura/Sonoma


If you got a new Mac (MacBook) or you installed macOS Ventura (13) or Sonoma (14) and want to install NodeJS, you can make use of the brew package manager.

  1. Open Terminal app.
  2. Now type,
    brew install node

    Make sure to install home-brew before running the command: How to install Brew on Mac

  3. You should now have node installed, which you can check as follows,
    % node --version
    v20.6.1
How to install NodeJS on macOS Ventura or Sonoma
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