(upbeat music)…- [Instructor] Let's do a demonstration now…of creating a development environment.…To get started with our project here,…we'll need to make sure that we have some things installed…so that we can actually run our project…and be able to do the editing to…do our Apollo client state programming.…You will need to have Node.js installed.…As you can see here,…the current version of Node is 10.11.0.…The long-term support is actually 8.12.0.…
Soon this version 10 will actually become…the new long-term support version.…When you go to watch this video,…I recommend using version 10, although version eight…should work just fine.…If you are, however, using some older version…or newer version of Node in the future,…let's say version 11, 12, what have you,…and you run into any problems,…I recommend you come back to version 10…and install that, and then get up and running with Node…that way to actually run the actual project.…If you want to verify what version of Node you're running,…you can go to your terminal window…
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