Your computer needs:
If you have some issues try to install Node Version Manager, a simple bash script to manage multiple active Node.js versions.
💡 Protip: Show the list of differents Node.js versions installed with
nvm list and choose a default one with
nvm alias default 6.x.x
There are two ways to install npm packages: locally or globally. You choose which kind of installation to use based on how you want to use the package.
For now we are going to use the global installation like this one:
$ npm install github-email --global
Magic! You just installed a new Command Line for your terminal, and you can use it like this:
$ github-email <GITHUB_USERNAME>
Open my GitHub profile and follow me 😉
Try to find my email with
Install the Foundation CLI with this command:
$ npm install foundation-cli --global
Use this command to set up a new Foundation website
$ foundation new
The CLI will prompt you to give your project a name. The template will be downloaded into a folder with this name.
Build your first foundation website with the CLI
Choose Handlebars templates and Sass/JS compilers
Launch your local server with
Commit your changes with theses commands
$ git init
$ git add .
$ git commit --message 'Initial commit :new:'