Node version

node.js, or just Node, is a popular javascript runtime that can be used for application development or system tools. Node itself is evolving rapidly, which means that new features are available regularly. It also means that existing features might change or become deprecated. Your use of Node may depend on specific versions in order to function correctly. This section describes how to use a specific version of Node.

Specify the Node version

  1. Log in to the buddybuild dashboard.

  2. The Current App button Choose the app that requires a specific Node version by moving your pointer over the current app button in the top toolbar. The Apps dropdown appears:

    The Apps dropdown

  3. Select the app that needs a specific Node version by clicking it in the dropdown. The Builds page for your app appears:

    The Builds screen

    The App dropdown’s filter field If you have many apps, you can type the app’s name (or portion thereof) into the search field; only apps with matching names are displayed.

    The sort order button Or, you can click the sort order button to display a select menu of sorting approaches. Click the select menu to display all of the approaches:

    • Alphabetical (A-Z) Select to show apps in normal, alphabetical order. This is the default.

    • Alphabetical (Z-A) Select to show apps in reverse alphabetical order.

    • Created Date Select to show the most recently added apps first.

  4. The App Settings button Click the App Settings button in the top toolbar. The App Settings screen is displayed:

    The App Settings screen

  5. The Environment tab Click the Environment tab. The Environment settings are displayed:

    The Environment settings

  6. The Node versions select menu Click the Node version select menu to display the available Node versions.

  7. Click the version of Node that you need for your build.

That’s it! From now on, builds of your app use the selected Node version.

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