If you’re a web developer on a chromebook then chances are you’ll likely be needing to utilize Node.js and Yarn at some point. While there a handful of other tutorials out there on how to do this, I’ve powerwashed my chromebook enough times to figure what I think is the most efficient way to go about this.

As any good developer would say, let’s start by making sure your local environment is up to date. Go ahead and login to your terminal or shell application of choice and run:

sudo apt update

This will update any Linux dependencies on your…

Dillon Lara

I’m a Full Stack Freelance Web Developer specializing in JAMstacks, Vuejs and E-Commerce Consulting.

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