Building your toolbox [4 of 51]

Every craftsperson needs a toolbox, and this is no different for a developer. You'll need to have both Node.js installed to run your code, and an editor, such as Visual Studio Code, to create and edit it. We're going to talk through what you'll need and where to find it.

Learn more at: https://github.com/microsoft/beginners-intro-javascript-node
Watch the entire series: https://aka.ms/BeginnersSeriesToJavaScript

Links to the tools presented in this video:

- NVM GitHub repository: https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm
- nvm-windows GitHub repository: https://github.com/coreybutler/
- Visual Studio Code: https://aka.ms/get/VSCode
- ESLint extension for VS Code: https://aka.ms/vscode/ESLint
- Prettier extension for VS Code: https://aka.ms/vscode/Prettier
- ES6 code snippers extension for VS Code: https://aka.ms/vscode/ES6Snippets

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