Step 1: Build and Run your npm project

Get Started with the JFrog Platform

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Administration / Platform

The name npm (Node Package Manager) stems from when npm first was created as a package manager for Node.js. All npm packages are defined in files called package.json. npm can manage dependencies and install all the dependencies of a project in one command.

  1. Fork the JFrog DevRel GitHub repository. Here you will find the JFrog npm challenge repository, containing the Go project.

  2. Move to the project directory and run the build command:

    $ node helloworld.js
  3. Open http://localhost:1337 to check the web server.