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Babel.js | Environment Setup

Babel.js Environment Setup

Hello folks! Welcome back to a new edition of our tutorial on Babel.js. In this section of our tutorial on Babel.js, we will learn about how to setup the environment for Babel.js.

To work with Babel.js we need the following setup -

  • NodeJS
  • Npm
  • Babel-CLI
  • Babel-Preset
  • IDE for writing code


To check if your system has nodejs installed on it, type node -v in the terminal. This helps you see the nodejs version currently running on your system.


If it does not print anything, install nodejs on your system. To install nodejs, go to the homepage https://nodejs.org/en/download of nodejs and install the package based on your Operating System.

The following screenshot below shows the download page of nodejs -


Based on your Operating System, install the required package. Once nodejs is installed, npm will also be installed along side with it. To check if npm is installed or not, type npm -v in the terminal. The npm version running on the system should be displayed.


Alright guys! This is where we are going to be rounding up for this tutorial. In our next tutorial guide, we will be discussing about BabelJS CLI

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