This tutorial will guide you on how to set up a VuePress runtime environment.
You need to download and install the latest long-term maintenance release on your computer.
Download Node.js LTS
In the opened page, click the green button (LTS) on the left to complete the download.
Install Node.js LTS
During the installation process, keep all the default settings and go all the way to the next step.
If you are a real novice, please do not change the default installation directory.
Node.js itself will only take up a few dozen megabytes of space!
You need an editor to edit your project, and we recommend using VSCode to write and run your VuePress projects.
Please click the blue button on the left to complete the download.
Double-click the installation package to open
Agree to the User Agreement.
In the installation options, be sure to select all the following options:
Tick Add to directory context menu, Add to file context menu, Register code as a supported file editor, Add to path.
After the initial startup of VS Code, if Git is not installed in advance, it may prompt that the Git software is not found, just ignore it.
After you install Node.js, please install pnpm.
We recommend that you use pnpm to manage your project, because VuePress and VuePress Theme Hope both use pnpm to manage dependencies.
Some features of pnpm ensure that you have the correct dependencies.
Install pnpm by entering the following command in the terminal:
corepack enable corepack prepare email@example.com --activate