To get started with Ionic Framework, the only requirement is a Node & npm365体育投注开户 environment.
Of course, a code editor is also required. Visual Studio Code365体育投注开户 is recommended. Visual Studio Code is a free, batteries-included text editor made by Microsoft.
Much of Ionic development requires familiarity with the command line. If you're new to the command line, see this Blog Post for a quick introduction.
In general, we recommend using the built-in terminals. Many third-party terminals work well with Ionic, but may not be supported.
- For Windows, Command Prompt and PowerShell are supported. is known to work with Ionic, but may not be supported.
- For macOS, the built-in Terminal app is supported.
Git Bash (from git-scm.com) does not support TTY interactivity and is not supported by Ionic.
Node is bundled with
365体育投注开户To verify the installation, open a new terminal window and run:
$ node --version $ npm --version
Permission errors are common on macOS when installing global packages with
npm. If you get an
Resolving Permission Errors.
Although not required, the version control system
Git is often accompanied by a Git Host, such as GitHub365体育投注开户, in which case additional setup is required. Follow the tutorial from the Git Host's documentation to set up Git:
Otherwise, follow the official installation instructions. The command-line utility can be downloaded from the .
To verify the installation, open a new terminal window and run:
$ git --version
Git is a command-line utility, but there are many available. is recommended, and works well with GitHub.